Northern Ireland international Martin Paterson has been linked with a move to League One newcomers Wolves on a free transfer.
Recently relegated Wolves are looking to beat off competition from several Championship clubs to sign Burnley striker Martin Paterson, according to the Express and Star.
The 26-year-old is out-of-contract at the end of the month and is believed to be considering his future at Turf Moor after five years at the club, following his £1million move from Scunthorpe United in 2008.
The Northern Ireland international scored eight goals from 28 starts last season to help Burnley to an 11th place finish in the Championship.
Paterson has been offered a new deal to stay in the North-west, although it is believed he would have to take a significant pay cut to remain at the club.
The former Stoke City and Scunthorpe United forward was previously targeted by Wolves back in March on a short-term loan deal, although that move was rejected by Clarets boss Sean Dyche.
Wolverhampton are looking to improve their attacking options ahead of their first season in the third tier for 24 years, although their club Head of development Kevin Thelwell said that their priority is to “create some space” before they can sign players.