Wolves will reportedly rekindle interest in Premier League man in the January transfer window

Wolves will reportedly rekindle interest in Premier League man in the January transfer window after failing to land him this past summer.

Wolves will reportedly reignite their interest in West Ham United defender Craig Dawson in the January transfer window.

Bruno Lage’s side targeted the defender last month but a deal couldn’t be reached.

Dawson, 32, made his first appearance of the season for the Hammers last time out in the Europa Conference League against FCSB. However, his long-term future at the London Stadium remains uncertain.

As detailed in a report by The Sun, Wolves will take ‘another look’ at luring him to Molinuex to bolster their defensive department.

West Ham situation

Dawson’s deal at West Ham expires at the end of this campaign and he is due to become a free agent at the end of June.

David Moyes’ side risk losing him for nothing unless they can pick up a fee for him this winter.

The experienced centre-back has been with the Hammers since 2020 having previously been on the books at Rochdale, West Brom and Watford.

Eyebrows were raised when Moyes snapped him up a few years ago but he has turned out to be a decent addition.

However, due to the adundance of options they now have in his position, he has slipped down the pecking order.

The opportunity is there for Wolves to rekindle their pursuit of him in a couple of months time. Lage’s men are currently sat in 14th place in the Premier League after one win from their opening six games.

They are back in action this weekend at home to champions Manchester City.