On loan Hibs striker Leigh Griffiths has today urged Wolves and Hibs to sort out his future.
The 22-year-old is desperate to stay at Easter Road until at least the end of the season.
The former Livingston and Dundee youngster is in his third loan spell at Easter Road from Molineaux, and has been outstanding this season, having already hit 15 goals.
The bad news is that his form has been that good back home in Edinburgh, that a number of clubs said to be keen to land the player.
Rotheram, Sheffield Wednesday, Leeds United, and just today, Nottingham Forest, have all been credited with an interest in the on fire hitman.
Speaking today, Griffiths said:
“I want to stay at Easter Road.
“I have told them I want to stay so now I just want it done as quickly as possible but I need to wait and see.
“We still have a big game coming up on Thursday then we have a two-week break. If it doesn’t happen by then my last game will be at home against Dundee.
“I am hoping. They are speaking, so I am hoping it’s done in the next week or so.”