Wolves rounded off their first season back in the Premier League with a loss to runners up Liverpool at Anfield.
It was a defeat which saw the Midlands outfit finish in an impressive 7th place in the Premier League, Wolves have shown well and truly that you can come into the top flight and make a big impression.
Manager Nuno Santo has been a breath of fresh air with his attacking football and no fear attitude, and with a few additions ovwither the summer we could well see Wolves challenging even higher next term and ensuring a European spot is clinched.
Wolves already have players in their squad who are more than good enough to play Champions League football, with the likes of Ruben Neves and Diogo Jota being the first two names what jump to the front of the tongue.
The Molineux outfit won’t be averse to spending a bit more money either, with the backing of rich owners and now a season of Premier League money under their belt, we could well see Wolves go out and add some big name and money signings to the ranks.
Obviously, there will be question marks over the dreaded ‘second season syndrome’ we so often see, but with Wolves, you get the impression that they are a club on the up and are here to stay in terms of Premier League football.
A few shrewd additions, a years experience under their belt in the top flight, and plenty of ambition and hope around the club mean that the future of Wolves – both immediate and long-term – looks in safe hands.