Wolves boss Mick McCarthy remained non-committal on the subject of Stephen Hunt after being given a first-hand demonstration of the Hull winger's virtues.
Hunt delivered a typical all-action - and goalscoring - performance as relegation rivals Hull and Wolves fought out a 2-2 Barclays Premier League draw on Saturday.
"He's a very good player but he is also a Hull player," said McCarthy. "I've watched him play for Ireland as well and have never seen him play any other way than he did. There's been a lot of speculation but I have never confirmed or denied anything."
McCarthy is thought to have had three bids to sign the Republic of Ireland international turned down this month.
Hull last week confirmed they have rejected at least one offer of £4million but the cash-strapped club's resolve to keep him could be tested again before Monday's transfer deadline.
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