Liverpool are reportedly preparing a summer move for Wolves winger Matt Jarvis.
The recently capped England international has been in fine form in the Barclays Premier League this season, leading to speculation that a number of managers have taken an interest in the player.
Liverpool boss Kenny Dalglish is thought to be one of them, and SkySports claim that the Reds are lining up a summer move for the 24-year-old.
Reports first circulated that Liverpool were considering a move for the player before christmas, although the player wasn't alone in the months before the transfer window opened in the New Year.
The Scot has been linked with a number of wingers in recent weeks, with Ashley Young, Eden Hazard and Eljaro Elia also speculatively placed on the Anfield radar by the British press.
Damien Comolli, director of football at Liverpool, has created a policy of looking to bring young, attacking talent to the club since his arrival in November, and owners Fenway Sports Group are keen to finance transfers with the same theory in mind.
Dalglish has hinted at a number of changes to his squad this summer, with a left back and winger thought to be the priority for the Liverpool manager, who is yet to commit his long term future to the cause on Merseyside.
Wolves will be hopeful of keeping the player, but the Molineux side find themselves in a relegation dog fight at the moment and would almost certainly lose the player should they start next season in the Championship.
The player's value could also depend on the division Wolves find themselves in next season, with a top valuation that Liverpool could have to pay in the region of £8 million.