Wood has been an essential player for the Elland Road outfit over the last 12 months and topped the Championship scoring charts despite Garry Monk's men missing out on the play-offs.
Swansea and Southampton have apparently expressed an interest too.
In this article, we take a look at three players they should spend that money on, if they do cash in on the New Zealand worldwide.
The honour caps a fantastic campaign for Wood after he finished the domestic season as the Championship's top goalscorer. West Bromwich Albion still seems to be his most likely destination, but it looks as though Wood won't be joining him in the Premier League just yet.
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