Spain winger Adama Traore is reportedly set to end speculation over his future by agreeing to a bumper new contract at Wolverhampton Wanderers.
However Traore, who recently made his debut for the Spain national team, has supposedly decided that his future lies at Molineux amid speculation surrounding the attacker's next career move.
According to The Sun, Traore is set to put pen to paper on a £100k-a-week deal with Nuno Espirito Santo's side, with his current contract in the West Midlands set to expire at the end of the 2022-23 campaign.
The former Middlesbrough man chalked up four goals and nine assists in the English top flight last term, but Traore is yet to register a goal contribution in the current Premier League season.
Wolves, who have won two and lost two in the league this term, face a trip to Elland Road to take on newly-promoted Leeds United on Monday evening.