Wolves pulled one out the bag when they announced the signing of Portuguese winger, Helder Costa, on a season long loan from Benfica at the start of the season.
After signing the player on a permanent deal in a £13 million deal in January, expectations that the player would still be at the club beyond the end of the current campaign were fully justified.
Now, however, it seems extremely likely that the former Monaco loanee will not be at Molineux next season.
A number of clubs have been linked to the player in recent weeks, but one club that should perhaps consider a move for the player is a team likely to lose a star of their own.
Reports have emerged that West Ham winger, Michail Antonio, has become disillusioned with life at the club, and will seek a move away from the London Stadium at the end of the season.
Antonio has been fantastic for the Hammers this year, and has contributed 9 goals to the east London side’s attack this year.
Ruled out for the rest of the current campaign, it appears that Antonio’s West Ham career is coming to an end.
The player, and his goals, will need replacing, and Costa could be the man to do so.
The 23 year old winger has proven himself in English football this season, and ten Championship goals have marked a good first year in the second tier.
Too good for the league, it may be time for the player to step up to the higher level, and West Ham could be a possible destination.
Costa has been linked to a number of top sides, including Chelsea and Arsenal, but a spell with West Ham may be a more successful move for the player.
The dangerous attacker will add another option to the West Ham squad, and his pace will threaten the defences of opposing sides.
Slaven Bilic will scour Europe for his latest star man, but should perhaps consider moving for a player much closer to home, and a move down the M40 may be in the offing for Costa.