Adama Traore has enjoyed quite a career considering his tender age.
After starting his career with Barcelona, he endured a frustrating spell with Aston Villa, before completing a move to Middlesbrough.
It was on Teesside where the lightning quick star started to find his feet before completing a move to Molineux in the summer of 2018.
After a mixed first season, Traore has scored four goals and created seven for Nuno Espirito Santo's side this term, alerting a number of clubs to his unique qualities.
It's the Spaniard's unstoppable pace and power that makes him a one-of-a-kind prospect that is attracting the attention of clubs such as Liverpool and Barcelona.
Traore started his career at the Nou Camp and so could be tempted by a move back, however a move to Anfield would be a different prospect altogether.
But assessing his future, the Wolves boss refused to comment on the speculation.
Speaking to Sky Sports, Espirito Santo said: "I don't know. He is here now and he has trained well today and he is ready to go [play] tomorrow.
"It is day by day, no speculation, and [we] just focus on what we have to do and prepare for Bournemouth."
Espirito Santo added: "He must keep working.
"Adama is a special player, he is unique, and I think when he is on the pitch he already has an impact on the game.
"Of course he has things to improve and then after that it is our decision how we use players and manage the team in the game plan and the moment.
"The momentum and the moment we are in after three months of activity, we have a lot of things to judge on and try to make the right decisions."
GIVEMESPORT'S Phil Spencer says...
A move to Liverpool would certainly be an eye-catching deal.
Adama Traore is one of the most entertaining players in the Premier League with his raw pace and power capable of causing problems for any defender in the world.
His technical skills are a little bit hit and miss, but given the physical attributes that he brings it more than makes up for it.
While he might not be a regular starter under Jurgen Klopp, Traore would certainly play a valuable role for the Reds as they once again look to compete on several fronts next term.
Wolves may be reluctant to let him leave but given his technical limitations you'd imagine that they could be tempted to let him go for the right price.
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