Upton Park star will have offers from Molineux and Loftus Road to mull over.
West Ham United defender Matthew Upson has received contract offers from Wolverhampton Wanderers and Queens Park Rangers.
The 32-year-old is a free-agent after his contract expired this month and is able to speak to other clubs regarding his future.
Upson did not enjoy the best of campaigns suffering relegation with the Hammers and losing his England place but he now wants to get his career back on track.
The England international still believes his immediate future lies in the Premier League and both Mick McCarthy and Neil Warnock agree with him.
Wolves boss McCarthy needs to bolster his defence as he can no longer call upon Michael Mancienne who was sold to Hamburg.
His defence was particularly leaky conceding 66 goals in the 38 league games, which was the fourth worst in the division.
Warnock believes Upson’s experience could be crucial in keeping his QPR side in the Premier League after securing promotion from the Championship.
The move to Loftus Road is appealing to Upson as he would not have to uproot his family from his London home.