Nuno Espirito Santo has hinted his future could be away from Wolves as he revealed the club had not opened talks with him over a new contract.
The news has put clubs across Europe on alert given the hugely impressive job Nuno has done in turning Wolves from a Championship side into European contenders.
Wolves fans will be keen for him to stay after he guided the club to the Championship title before overseeing a seventh-place finish in his first season in the Premier League.
That ensured qualification for the Europa League, with Nuno’s side into the last 32, while they are currently ninth in the Premier League and six points off a top-six spot.
And the former Porto and Valencia boss seemed surprised that Wolves hadn’t opened talks over his future at the club.
Nuno said: “They haven’t. There was no proposal – I have one more year on my contract. I don’t sign my own contract. It’s not up to me.”
The Portuguese manager’s bombshell is likely to send shockwaves through Wolves’ fan base, but Nuno sent a message to supporters reassuring them of his commitment.
“They can be totally assured every day that Wolves is my obsession, I don’t think about anything else,” he said.
“I signed last season, I renewed for one more year and I have one more year. When you sign something you stick to it.
“I’m settled here. I have one more year of my contract and I’m committed to it. It’s my life because I’m 100 per cent happy and I give everything.”
Nuno joined Wolves in May 2017 but signed an extension keeping him at the club until summer 2021 – but whether he will stay beyond that remains to be seen.