Leander Dendoncker arrived at Wolverhampton Wanderers on loan from Anderlecht last August.

Since making a switch to England, the 23-year-old hasn’t spent much time on the pitch, with Nuno Espírito Santo handing him four starts in all competitions, which includes one in the league and one in the FA Cup victory over Liverpool.

The Belgium international is managed by his brother Andres Dendoncker, and earlier this month the agent admitted his client will have to evaluate options in the winter transfer market.

AS Roma were linked with the utility player, who can play in the midfield and also in the back four and the Serie A outfit identified him as a target to strengthen the position in the centre of the pitch.

Andres had earlier denied having talks with Monchi, but that didn’t stop the Wolves player being linked with the Italian side.

His representative gave another interview to and provided an update to Leander’s current situation at the Molineux Stadium.

“We are in the window, there is nothing decided. We have to understand a few things. On Monday, Leander played the whole match [against Liverpool] and it went well,” he said.

“Now we should see how things are with Wolves and then we will decide by mutual agreement.

“Monchi? For now, no contact, go on loan? It’s a solution if the club wants it.”

Anderlecht’s sporting director Michael Verschueren is quoted as saying: “Leander from our perspective is a player on loan to Wolves, which is why every decision possible in January is up to them.”