Paul Lambert is considering quitting Wolves amid huge concerns over the Championship club's transfer policy.

Lambert's future as head coach has been plunged into doubt after just six months, with the Wolves hierarchy battling to prevent him from leaving Molineux.

The former Aston Villa and Blackburn manager is thought to be unhappy with the club's stance on new signings and is refusing to accept a proposed influx of unknown foreign players.

Lambert was keen to buy a core of British players this summer, along with a couple of signings from abroad recommended by Jorge Mendes - the super-agent who has close links to Wolves owners Fosun.

Chelsea striker Tammy Abraham, Newcastle defender Grant Hanley and Tom Lawrence, who impressed on loan at Ipswich from Leicester, were all targets for the Scot.