So, are we any closer to knowing, exactly, where our Billy is going to end up?
Nah, not really.
He could still end up at Norwich; he could still go to Wolves; he could, equally, stay firmly put up north as Sheffield Wednesday come a-calling again.
One thing is for certain – that his fate is now outside the hands of Scunthorpe United. It's not exactly a case of money in the bank; job done.
But chairman Steve Wharton can be reasonably confident that he's now got his ?2 million asking price – that the laws of supply and demand this summer will mean that no-one is going to get his boy on the cheap.
Sharp's fate lies with the boy himself, his father and his agent – Imre Varadi – who today confirmed that his star client had, indeed, been given the grand tour around Colney and Carrow Road.
But it might be worth noting at this stage that Varadi is not exactly a one-man band – he is just the north of England 'representative' for Jonathan Barnett's highly slick Stellar Group outfit.
Barnett, of course, was the one who found himself in completely the wrong London hotel at the wrong time as he and another of his Stellar clients, Ashley Cole, managed to bump into the boys from Chelsea – as well as Lord Stevens' pal, the Israeli 'super-agent' Pini Zahivi.
Stellar also represent David Cotterill – the Bristol City youngster who, deal with the Canaries seemingly done, was suddenly spirited away up the M6 to Wigan Athletic on the same night that Leon McKenzie was setting up camp at the Ricoh.
Varadi, aside from his Stellar work, is also a regular in the Hillsborough Press box where he does the Neil Adams bit for Radio Sheffield – Sharp's home city.
Hence the level of wariness that exists about Carrow Road right now.
Laws' comments to the Owls' official website today won't have eased their concerns.
“There has been a lot of talk about Billy Sharp and so on,” Laws told www.swfc.co.uk today – a full 24 hours after Sharp's red carpet treatment in Norfolk.
“And the chairman has given me the nod to pursue it a bit further.”
Which means what, exactly? That the Owls have now upped their bid to match City's and then, likewise, will get their chance to speak to the boy themselves? All with ex-Owls favourite Varadi at his side?
And all that stuff about Wolves being 'relaxed' about the news of Sharp's trip to East Anglia. With Burnley having slammed the door in their face re Kyle Lafferty and Freddy Eastwood yet to leap out of Southend, something needs to happen there soon – have they been back on the blower to Glanford Park too?
One suggestion has Eastwood in at Charlton – all of which would leave Wolves ever more desperate to bag Sharp.
Nah, this one can run and run. Ain't nothing sorted yet.