Wolves are back in talks with Julen Lopetegui about becoming their new manager after he turned them down a month ago.
The 56-year-old was the club’s first option following the sacking of Bruno Lage in October.
However, the previous Spain manager selected to stay at home to be close to his father
Steve Davis stays in interim charge at Molineux and Wolves have lost three of their beyond five games under him.
QPR boss Michael Beale dismissed the job with the club likewise having addressed previous chief Nuno Espirito Santo and as of late left Lyon lead trainer Peter Bosz about the opening.
Previous Barcelona goalkeeper Lopetegui impressed the Wolves ownership when they originally talked with him about becoming manager in 2016.
On that occasion, following 10 days of exchanges, the Spanish Football Federation (RFEF) moved toward Lopetegui and he became their head coach.
Ultimately, a poor run of results has jolted the Wolves board into action and they feel action must be taken before they are cast further adrift.