Kenny Jackett believes Lee Evans' Bradford experience has been good for the player and expects the midfielder to feature for Wolves next season.
The Bantams are currently battling to secure a League 1 play-off position and Evans has been a stalwart of their 2015/16 campaign, making 28 appearances for Phil Parkinson's side.
Discussing the Wales Under 21 midfielder, Jackett said: "I have got a lot of time for Lee and I have watched him myself in some big games in League One.
"He is at a big club in League One at Bradford who are just about in the play-offs now and are competing for promotion.
"Their last home game they played in front of 18,000 although Lee wasn’t there – he was away playing with the Welsh under-21s.
"I think it has been a very good season for him at Bradford. I think he has improved and next year I think he is good enough to come back and play in the Championship and play for Wolves."