Sam Vokes is set to leave Wolves after boss Stale Solbakken felt it was in the striker's best interests to find a new challenge.
Solbakken confirmed talks had resulted in agreement that the striker would benefit from a move.
The 22-year-old Wales international has found starts difficult to come by in his four years with Wolves, having initially chipped in with a number of crucial goals from the bench during his first campaign which saw the team win promotion to the Premier League.
He has had several loan spells, with Leeds, Bristol City, Sheffield United, Norwich, Burnley and Brighton, and has now been made available for transfer - at the right price.
"For Sam I think it is best to find a new challenge," Solbakken told the club's official website. "I have spoken to him about that and we have had an honest, open discussion.
"If an offer is right and Sam is happy and we are happy he will be allowed to leave on a permanent basis. We haven't had any offers to date, just an open chat with Sam about what is best for him and for us."