Wolverhampton striker Raul Jimenez has been urged to snub a move to Manchester United should the English giants' bid for him.
According to the club legend Steve Bull in a piece on Shropshire Star, there was no reason by Jimenez would leave Wolves at this time of his career.
Bull, who scored a record 306 goals during a 13-year stint with the West Midlands club, believes Jimenez is in line to win silverware with Wolves.
“I cannot see any reason why he would want to leave. Jimenez can score goals for fun as he has the talent, the work-rate and most importantly the supply.
“It is not as if he has been running his socks off, doing a lot of work for the team, and getting nothing in return. He gets chances in every single game he plays, so no wonder he is happy being here,” Bull said.
Jimenez has stated that he is happy at Wolves but the Mexican who is contracted at the club until 2023 might be tempted to seek new challenges if Wolves can accept an offer.
Jimenez has been a key member of the Wolves team this season as they seek to qualify for the Champions League with the 28-year-old has helped his side to the 16 of the Europa League while scoring 13 goals and providing six assists in the Premier League.
Apart from United, the player is attracting interest from Arsenal and Real Madrid.