Wolves winger Bakary Sako has pleaded with his club to allow him to hold talks with Fulham over a move to the Premier League.
The 25-year-old is seeking a move away from Molineux after the side were relegated to League One and he has generated interest from the top flight.
However, his asking price of £4 million is reportedly too high and he has voiced his disappointment over not being able to speak with Fulham.
“When I joined Wolves, the club said to me the aim was to reach the Premier League together,” he said.
“I am sad that this has not happened, but I gave everything and have always been respectful to the club.
“At the first meeting, I sat with (the former Wolves manager) Stale Solbakken and Jez Moxey and they told me if we didn’t get promoted, the club would let me go.
“I was told I could speak to Fulham and now I don’t understand the delay. I would like things to be sorted out.”
The Frenchman scored nine goals in 36 appearances for Wolves last season and was voted player of the year following his move from Saint-Etienne in 2012.