Wolves are reportedly interested in Nottingham Forest boss Sabri Lamouchi should their manager Nuno Espírito Santo leave in the near future.
The Portuguese ex-goalkeeper has been mooted as one of the favourites to takeover at Arsenal following the sacking of Unai Emery.
And should he leave, The Sun on Sunday says that Wolves will move to bring Lamouchi to Molineux.
The report makes no mention of the Arsenal link but says that the Forest boss would be a top target for Wolves who are currently sixth in the Premier League.
Lamouchi began his managerial career with the Ivory Coast in 2012 and helped them qualify for the 2014 FIFA World Cup.
He resigned after the competition and took over at Qatari side El-Jaish before taking up the hotseat at French side Rennes.
Lamouchi led the team to fifth and secured them a spot in the Europa League but was later sacked following a run of bad results.
When Martin O’Neill was sacked by Forest, Lamouchi took over at the East Midlands outfit in June 2019.
Since his arrival, Forest have been in the promotion mix and they are currently 4th after 18 games.
Lamouchi was named the Sky Bet Championship manager of the month in September after his side’s impressive start to the season and despite a defeat to Cardiff on Saturday, they are still firmly in the hunt for promotion.