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Mark Robins has ­admitted that he expects prize asset Adam Hammill to quit Barnsley for the Premier League this month.

Everton are leading the chase for the former ­Liverpool winger, who has a £500,000 buy-out clause in the three-year deal he signed when joining the Tykes from Anfield 17 months ago.

But Wolves – whose boss Mick McCarthy watched Hammill in Barnsley’s 2-1 win over Coventry last ­Monday – Blackpool, West Ham and ­Bolton are also in the chase for his signature.

Hammill, 22, has notched eight goals this season and Oakwell chief Robins ­believes he has already made up his mind to make a switch to the top flight.

Robins said: “I don’t think there is any chance of keeping Adam.

“I don’t want to lose him, but it is out of my hands now. And, if he does move, then we’ll just have to carry on without him and look to do something different.

“There’s been interest from a few clubs, so what happens from here is out of my ­control.

“If someone comes up with the right money, I guess he’ll speak to them and then ­decide ­whether or not to leave.”

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