Wolverhampton Wanderers need to bolster their squad for next season, especially if they are to be competitive if both the Premier League and in European competitions.
The West Midlands club earned a spot in Europa League qualifying after a seventh-placed league finish last season and should hope to go far in the competition.
They have Ruben Neves, Joao Moutinho and Leander Dendoncker as main options in the centre of the park, but could do with more back-up than beyond just Morgan Gibbs-White and Romain Saiss.
It could be a long gruelling season for Nuno Espirito Santo’s side and it’s paramount they have a bigger squad.
Wolves should consider chasing reigning their former interest in Newcastle midfielder Isaac Hayden to help fill the void.
According to the Northern Echo, Wolves previously considered a move for him as well as Watford.
The report details that West Ham and Brighton are now the two most likely contenders to move the £15million-rated ace.
It is understood that he wants a move away from St James’ Park to be closer to his family down south.
Wolves should definitely offer Hayden an escape route from the sinking ship at Newcastle and he would be a great option.
The ex-Arsenal academy star has proven he can hack it in the Premier League and is a solid defensive midfielder.
Hayden, 24, is a strong passer and solid in possession, which is why he could be a real hit at the West Midlands club.
He would be a potential bargain at £15million considering he can still improve and Wolves should try bring him to Molineux.