The former Valencia and Porto coach, now 47, has seen his team dip in form this season as injuries have struck, but are currently lying twelfth in the Premier league table, safe from any relegation fears.
Mourinho is under mounting pressure at Tottenham, after Sunday’s 3-1 defeat by Manchester United left them lying six points outside the Champions League places – and three away from the Europa League qualification slots.
Spurs can still get into Europe if they lift the Carabao Cup by beating Manchester City at Wembley on Sunday week, but even then they would only be in the Uefa Europa Conference League – not regarded as a top-level competition.
Spurs have seven league games left – and qualification for Europe’s major competitions will have a major bearing on whether Levy decides to stick with Mourinho.
Wolves’ season has been badly hit by injuries, with top scorer Raul Jimenez’ fractured skull in November a huge blow to Nuno’s plans.
There were reports in January that a frustrated Nuno had instructed his agent Jorge Mendes – also Mourinho’s agent – to look for another club.
Nuno also has two years left on his deal – and the compensation to Wolves would cost around £8 million.
Spurs have also been linked with Leicester manager Brendan Rodgers and former Chelsea boss Maurizio Sarri.
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