Wolves want to make Adama Traore their highest paid player with a new eye-watering £120,000-a-week deal.
The Spain winger, 25, is set to be offered a fresh four-year contract.
New contract is worth a whopping £25million and more than double his current terms.
They aim at keeping him out of the clutches of Premier League rivals.
Traore has spent more than a year of contract wrangling at Molineux/
He was the subject of two summer bids from Spurs including a final £30m offer to be reunited with ex-Wolves boss Nuno Espirito Santo.
Wolves value Traore at £50m but are willing to give the speedster more wages than Joao Moutinho and Ruben Neves.
Adama Traore, Wolves in talks
Wolves will step up talks with Adama Traore over the next few weeks.
This will be done once he returns from Spain’s upcoming 2022 World Cup ties against Georgia and Kosovo over a double-your-money-deal.
Traore currently earns around £55,000-a-week.
But Wolves are willing to more than double it.
They will do so rather than watch their attacking asset’s value decrease as his current deal runs down.
The powerhouse forward has entered the final two years of the five-year-contract.
He signed this contract when he arrived from Middlesbrough in a then club-record £18m move in August 2018.
Wolves’ failure to make any deadline day signings – despite head coach Bruno Lage’s pleas for three or four ‘top quality’ additions – went down badly with frustrated Wolves fans.