Arsenal star Dani Ceballos has given Wolves ace Adama Traore some transfer advice.
It comes as the two sides prepare to go head to head in the Premier League on Sunday night.
The Gunners are desperate for some domestic form after going nearly eight hours without scoring in the league.
It has seen them drop to 12th in the table with one win in five.
They face a Wolves side that have had to contend with a series of transfer rumours surrounding multiple players.
Diogo Jota was the only high-profile departure despite clubs linked to the likes of Raul Jimenez, Ruben Neves and Traore.
Particularly the latter, who has been chased by several elite sides including Manchester United, Liverpool and Barcelona.
And Ceballos has told his countryman that any club would be lucky to have the 24-year-old.
“I think he’s a very special player that any coach in the world would love to have in their team,” Ceballos told the official matchday programme.
“Apart from the fact that he’s really intimidating in terms of his physique, I think he’s really improved on a technical level and in terms of cutting inside or going wide, plus he scores goals too.”
One player that looks set to play out his latter years at the Molineux is Joao Moutinho, who works as Nuno Espirito Santo’s midfield metronome.
The 34-year-old is contract to Wolves until 2022 and Ceballos believes he is one of the most important cogs in their machine.
He added: “I think Joao Moutinho is a player we all know about too.
“He’s so important for Wolves because he brings that stability that a team needs and manages the tempo of games.
“He’s a very experienced player and he’ll go down in the history of Portuguese football.
“Nuno has a very well-drilled side that is really recognisable in that 5-3-2 or 5-2-3 formation. They have a really clear style.
“I don’t think there are many other teams in the Premier League that are as well-drilled as they are.
“They’ve started very well this season and last year they only missed out on the Europa League because we won the FA Cup. If we want to get a good result, we’re going to need to be at 100 per cent.”