Wolves are keen on signing Chelsea loanee Tammy Abraham in an £18m permanent deal, but reports have suggested the Blues are unwilling to sell the forward.
The 21-year-old is currently on a season-long loan deal at Championship side Aston Villa, where he has scored 16 times since arriving at Villa Park in the summer.
The Telegraph adds that the Blues will need to make a concrete decision on Abraham's future by January 14, due to the recall option in his loan deal being triggered by a set date.
As per the agreement, Maurizio Sarri's side have the option of recalling the forward two weeks into the January transfer window, and ending the striker's stay early, would allow Chelsea to let Abraham leave on a permanent deal.
After reports emerged of Wolves' interest, journalist Matt Law tweeted: "Chelsea have NOT accepted a bid from Wolves for Tammy Abraham.
"Together with the player they will assess whether or not he stays at Villa for the remainder of the season or goes elsewhere. No decision taken yet."
When asked about a possible move for the England international, Wolves boss Nuno Espirito Santo was decidedly coy.
He said, as quoted by Sky Sports News: "I cannot comment on that. I can comment on how we work and the transfer window is now. We anticipated it before.
"This squad will stay with us, the core is there, we have to know if we need anything."