Wolverhampton Wanderers have enjoyed a great return to the top flight and sit ninth in the Premier League table as it stands.
Nuno Espirito Santo’s side are proving to be fierce opposition and already have some notable scalps on their record this season.
But there is room for improvement if they want to eventually break into the European mix and adding to the final third of the pitch seems a no-brainer.
The West Midlands club could do with some extra attacking firepower and manager Nuno operates with skilful pacy wide players going forward.
With his attacking philosophy well known, Wolves should go out to find another winger to challenge the likes of Adama Traore, Helder Costa, Ivan Cavaleiro and Diogo Jota for a starting position.
One man that should crop up on the Wolves radar should be Porto’s Yacine Brahimi.
According to the Mirror, Everton are currently eyeing the 28-year-old attacker from the Portuguese giants and have scouted him this week.
The Algeria international will see his current contract with Porto expire in the summer, which means he could be available for a cut-price fee now or a free transfer at the end of the season.
Brahimi is a dazzling wide player that has been tearing it up for Porto in recent times and looks like he could perform in the Premier League.
The left-winger has made 25 appearances across all competitions this season, scoring seven goals and supplying six assists in return.
He’s got the individual quality that could something extra at Molineux going forward and Wolves should throw their name into the hat for him.