Scots striker Kenny Miller is much in demand these days. The striker, had no interest shown whilst transfer listed at his own request, but now seems to be high on several club's shopping lists.
Miller has already turned down a move to Sheffield United that would have been worth £1.5 million to the club, and any bids will have to at teh very least match that to tempt Wolves into losing Miller before the end of the season..
Celtic are said to eager to talk to the 26 year old, Blackburn Rovers are thought to be considering a bid, as well as interest from Birmingham City, West Ham United and Fulham
Previously, Miller had cited personal reasons for wanting a move, stating that his preffered destination was Scotland.
Miller is said to be flattered by Celtic's interest and doesnt see crossing The Old Firm divide as a problem, but any offer from a Premiership club is sure to have an impact.
Only time will tell wether Mark Hughes interest will be enough to make Miller alter his started plans, but a move anywhere outside of Scotland won't go down well with the Wolves faithful who have so far been supportive in his bid to go back honme