Wolverhampton Wanderers have reportedly maintained their interest in signing AC Milan forward Andre Silva.
During the January window, Wolves were linked with an audacious approach for the Portuguese international, who has struggled to settle during his first campaign in Serie A.
Despite any sale benefiting their situation with FFP, Milan have claimed that they do not want to sell the striker but it appears that the 22-year-old remains one of the West Midlands outfit's top targets.
According to The Mirror, Wolves - should they win promotion to the Premier League - will battle it out with Arsenal for the player, who could cost in the region of £34m.
Silva has scored just one goal in 678 minutes of football in Italy's top flight, but six strikes came from the start of the group stages in the Europa League before Milan's exit to Arsenal on Thursday night.