FORMER Millwall manager Kenny Jackett has been offered the chance to become the new head coach at Wolves, NewsAtDen understands.
The League One club will have to agree a compensation package with the Lions before they can finalise Jackett's appointment as he is technically still under contract at The Den.
But the 51-year-old is set for an instant return to management after impressing in three separate interviews with the Molineux board. He has seen off competition from Crewe's Steve Davis and Brentford's Uwe Rosler to land the role.
Jackett stepped down as Millwall boss at the start of month, saying he felt he needed a "new challenge", but his resignation was not linked to the Wolves job, which became available on the same day after Dean Saunders was sacked.