West Ham United are close to finally landing Wolverhampton Wanderers winger Matt Jarvis after the two clubs agreed a fee of £10.75million.
The Hammers have been interested in signing Jarvis throughout the summer and it seems as though the deal will be completed in the coming days after Wolves accepted their latest offer.
Jarvis will now travel to London in order to complete his medical and discuss personal terms as he looks to secure an immediate return to the Premier League.
The 26-year-old was one of the few Wolves players who came out of last season with an enhanced reputation, although he was unable to help the club avoid relegation.
His eight league goals demonstrated his ability to find the back of the net, despite being an out-and-out winger, while his performances also caught the eye of Fabio Capello who gave him his debut in the England side.
The former Gillingham midfielder played for Wolves in their 3-1 win over Barnsley on Tuesday night and his manager, Stale Solbakken, admitted that it seemed likely Jarvis would leave.
"It's on the top political level now because every player has a valuation, and if that valuation is matched I'm in the discussion," the Norwegian told the BBC.
"It's not my money so someone will make a final decision. I don't know if the two clubs are still talking. I've had my say and the final call will be taken. We do it together and we'll do the best for Wolverhampton."
West Ham manager Sam Allardyce has been working hard to strengthen his side for life back in the Premier League and will be pleased to add another talented midfielder to his squad.
Allardyce will be hoping that the deal, which consists of an initial payment of £7.5million, can be completed quickly so that Jarvis can be considered for Saturday's game against Swansea City.