Wolves star Conor Coady is the subject of interest from two Premier League sides, a report claims.
The 24-year-old put in an impressive display at the Etihad Stadium as the Championship pace-setters were knocked out by Manchester City on penalties.
According to The Sun, two Premier League clubs have taken notice of his recent performances, as the £7m-rated defender is attracting interest from their local rivals West Brom, as well as Newcastle.
The former Liverpool academy product has been converted from a central midfielder into part of a back three by Wolves coach Nuno Espirito Santo.
Speculation in the summer suggested Coady could be on his way to former club Sheffield United, with the Blades making a “big summer bid” to take him back.
However, the approaches were rejected by Santo, and the Portuguese coach gave Coady the captain’s armband.