Wolverhampton Wanderers remain confident the delayed #5 million move of defender Joleon Lescott to Everton will be completed today.
An extra set of X-rays commissioned by Everton on Lescott's knee held up the deal on Friday.
This time they proved satisfactory and Lescott is now deemed to have officially passed his medical. But Wolves stress there have been no further discussions over the size of the fee, pointing out that the absence of Everton manager David Moyes in Scotland is the only factor holding things up.
"There is no suggestion that Everton have tried to beat us down over this," said chief executive Jez Moxey. "We expect Joleon's move to go through early this week, for the fee that was agreed.
"David Moyes is away on a coaching course and we will finalise things when he returns."
The biggest fee for one of Wolves' own Academy products since the sale of Robbie Keane to Coventry City seven years ago seems huge for a player untried in the Premiership.
But Everton have agreed to meet Wolves' asking price for Birmingham-born Lescott. It will be made up of an initial #4 million, which will rise by a further #1 million, subject to appearances.