Moroccan international midfielder Romain Saïss is the latest Wolves player to commit his immediate future to the club.
Last week captain Conor Coady and wing-back Matt Doherty signed new deals with the West Midlands outfit, and now Saïss is ready to follow suit in putting pen to paper on a new contract, reports The Telegraph.
Saïss joined Wolves from French side Angers in August 2016, and he was an integral part of the squad that clinched promotion from the Championship a season later. He has since gone on to make 13 Premier League appearances this season, scoring twice, as well as helping his side reach the FA Cup Quarter-Finals.
The 28-year old was part of the Morocco squad that played in 2018 World Cup finals, and he featured in the injury-time defeat to Iran, as well as the 2 – 2 draw with Spain that eliminated his country from the tournament at the Group stage.
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