Raul Jimenez is reportedly happy to remain at Wolves and will likely stay unless Manchester United table a massive offer this summer.
The Mexico international has been heavily linked with a move to Old Trafford in recent weeks as Ole Gunnar Solskjaer searches for another striker.
Reports in Portugal this week suggested Jimenez was on his way to United because Wolves are on the verge of signing Braga striker Paulinho.
But Mexican newspaper columnist Jonatan Pena, who writes for the Record, has dismissed those suggestions after speaking to contacts close to Jimenez.
He claims the 29-year-old is happy to remain at Wolves for now, unless the Red Devils stump up big money for his services.
“Raul is happy in Wolverhampton and wouldn’t like to leave," Pena wrote.
"As far as I’ve talked to him, he says he doesn’t come out.
"But it’s true that there is interest from great teams and for a great offer everything can happen.”
Borussia Dortmund winger Jadon Sancho remains United’s top summer target but Solskjaer is keen to strengthen in other areas too.
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And while his team have started to fire in attack recently, with Marcus Rashford, Anthony Martial, and Mason Greenwood pulling the strings, another out-and-out goalscorer could prove to be beneficial.
Jimenez has been instrumental to the way Wolves’ play under Nuno Espirito Santo, guiding them into the upper echelons of the Premier League again this term.
It was thought that the club may have needed to qualify for the Champions League to keep hold of their star man, but Jimenez himself has always insisted he is happy.
"I have a contract until 2023," the Mexican said recently.
"It's not that we have to qualify for the Champions League in order to stay. I'm good [here], happy with Wolves, doing important things - me as well as the whole team.
"We've been trying our best since the start of last season. We've qualified for the Europa League, now we're fighting for a Champions League spot.
"And it's the big motivation to keep growing as a player and getting into the Champions League is always a plus that satisfies you and keeps you thinking about big things."