Wolves legend Steve Bull has questioned why Raul Jimenez would leave the club.
The Molineux outfit have missed out on qualifying for the Europa League after Arsenal won the FA Cup final. But they could reach the Champions League if they win the Europa League this season.
Jimenez has been linked with Manchester United and Juventus, but Bull thinks he should stay in Wolverhampton.
Speaking ahead of the last-16 tie with Olympiacos, Bull wrote in the Express & Star: “It would take something special for him to leave, but why go when Jimenez has everything at Molineux?
“This is a great set-up, a great club, a great manager, and he does not need to go.
“Of course, he wants to win medals, but he can do that at Wolves. Sooner rather than later, too.
“At his age, you could look at it as a chance to earn a big move on big money, but I think we can match his ambitions, and finances are not a problem either.
“Having been involved with Wolves for 34 years, I can safely say the ambition of the club is huge.
And it is not just Premier League football. It is Europe as well.
“We have not been in this situation for a long time, and Jimenez has started something, so why not finish it here?
“I think Wolves have the fire-power to keep players like that now. They can pull the stops out to keep him.”