Everton and Liverpool are both interested in signing Wolves winger Matt Jarvis, according to the Daily Mail.
Jarvis has been in sparkling form for Wolves this season and can play on either wing despite being right-footed.
He was named in a couple of Fabio Capello's provisional 30-man squads in 2010 before they were trimmed to 23 players and a number of clubs have been monitoring Jarvis' progress.
Wolves are in no position to sell Jarvis as funds are not needed at Molineux and Jarvis improved dramatically since moving from Gillingham in 2007. Only silly money may tempt Wolves into a sale but with much of their play revolving around Jarvis, Wolves would be mad to sell.
Everton are seeking new playmakers following the departure of Steven Pienaar and Liverpool's Milan Jovanovic has failed to hold down a regular place since moving in the summer.
Jarvis has scored nine league goals for Wolves and scored in their FA Cup replay against Doncaster on Tuesday night.