Anfield side set sights on Molineux man.
Liverpool are monitoring Wolves striker Steven Fletcher.
The Scot could be on his way this summer should Wolves fail to beat the drop.
Sunderland and Liverpool are watching Fletcher’s situation closely leading up to the summer market.
Whilst Liverpool may be struggling for goals, 36 from 31 Premier League matches, it would still perhaps be something of a mistake to make a move for Wolves forward Steven Fletcher who may well be enjoying a good patch of form but is probably not a player who is good enough to lead the line for a club with top four/six ambitions.
The 25 year old Scottish international has done well this term, notching up 10 goals this term for a side that is likely to make the drop to the Championship, but a move to Liverpool may well be a step to far for the former Hibernian man.
Kenny Dalglish continues to show faith in Luis Suarez and Andy Carroll but could well do with alternative options to keep the pair on their toes, preferably younger options than Dirk Kuyt and Craig Bellamy, one would have to question if Fletcher is a step forwards in that regard.