A number of Premier League clubs are closely monitoring the progress of Wolverhampton Wanderers defender Dominic Iorfa, according to a report from The Mirror.
The 20-year-old has been with the Championship club since the age of 15 and has made 50 appearances for the club since his debut in December 2014, following a loan spell with Shrewsbury Town.
He was named the Football League’s Young Player of the Month for January 2015, and his impressive performances during the current season have seen him become a fan favourite at Molineux.
The England Under-21 international was called up by Roy Hodgson to train with the senior team in September, and the latest report claims that top-flight clubs such as Everton and Stoke City are keeping tabs on his development.
While there has not been any confirmed interest in the youngster, the news will come as a worry to Wolves fans as there are concerns that the club could be tempted to cash if firmer interest arrives.
A run of four wins from the last five has seen Kenny Jackett’s side resurrect their play-off hopes, and to lose one of their brightest young talents and their regular right-back would undoubtedly be a blow to their promotion hopes.
Wolves currently sit in seventh in the Championship, eight points off a play-off spot.
How big a blow would it be to lose Iorfa, Wolves fans? Or should the club cash in and give him his Premier League chance? Air your views on the rumours below!