Rangers striker Alan Gow has agreed a deal with Wolves, the player`s agent has revealed.
The 26-year-old has been in talks with the Coca-Cola Championship leaders since Rangers accepted an offer at the weekend.
His agent, Phil McTaggart, told www.skysports.com: "Alan has agreed terms with Wolves after talks with the club."
He added: "He has agreed a two-and-a-half-year deal and the move will be completed pending a medical later this week.
"Alan has been impressed by the ambition of Wolves and is hoping to help them in their bid to win promotion to the Premier League."
Gow played just two games for Rangers - both cup ties against lower league opposition - after joining them from Falkirk on a free transfer in the summer of 2007.
However, he scored five goals in 17 matches in a successful loan spell at Blackpool this season, and Wolves manager Mick McCarthy moved quickly to sign Gow at the second attempt.
McCarthy had a bid for the former Clydebank and Airdrie forward rejected by Falkirk two years ago.
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