Wolves have made an excellent return to the Premier League and look well set to maintain their place in the top flight come the end of the season.
Manager Nuno Santo deserves a big chunk of credit for continuing in his tactical beliefs and sticking to his guns so to speak following promotion to the Championship, and a top ten finish could well be on the cards for the Molineux club.
The likes of Ruben Neves, Willy Boly, and new signing Joao Moutinho have all adapted to the Premier League with ease, and look well set for excellent careers in the top flight either with Wolves or beyond.
However, for the club to continue their run of form, they do need a bigger squad, with some areas of the team looking threadbare at times, especially if one or two big injuries were to hit proceedings.
That’s why we at the Tavern think that signing Stoke City midfield general Joe Allen would be a superb piece of business in January, with the Welshman currently holding a value of £16.2m on Transfermarkt.
Allen would be an excellent addition for Wolves, bringing plenty of top flight experience and knowhow to a squad who might just need that sort of presence come the busy winter period.
The Welsh midfielder has been a regular for the Potters already, but the signing of Ryan Woods might well mean manager Gary Rowett is open to letting one of his squad leave, which could open the door for Wolves to make their move.
A classy operator who would slot in nicely at Molineux, Allen would be a welcome addition to the ranks for the Midlands club.
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