His prowess in front of goal has not gone unnoticed by top-flight managers, with several clubs linked to the Cambridge-born hotshot. But while the Championship's hottest property is desperate to make it to the top flight, he is equally intent on doing it in a gold and black shirt.
"I think if you asked any player they would want to improve and play at the highest level. That is where you really test yourself and I'm no different," he told the club's official website. "I want to be there and I'm hoping to get there with Wolves.
"That's been the ambition of mine since I joined and spoke to the manager about the club's ambitions. Make no mistake, I want to get to the Premier League and I want to do it with Wolves. If we continue doing what we are doing then the signs are good."
He added: "When we look at it at this stage of the season with where we are, we want to win the title."