Wolverhampton Wanderers have reportedly identified Scott McKenna and Adam Reach as potential targets for the January transfer window.
Nuno Espiritio Santo's side have made a strong start to the Premier League campaign, with 15 points being recorded from nine matches.
However, the West Midlands outfit are expected to be active in the transfer market at the start of 2019, and according to The Sun, two players have already been placed on Nuno's shortlist.
The report claims that Wolves are monitoring the progress of Aberdeen defender McKenna and Sheffield Wednesday midfielder Reach, with scouts being sent to watch the pair in action in the Scottish Premiership and at English football's second tier.
McKenna has established himself as one of Scotland's top prospects and has already represented the national team on several occasions, while Reach is currently one of the form players in the Championship and has contributed four goals and two assists in 12 league outings this season.