Wolves legend Steve Bull insists that the next Wolves manager has plenty to live up to following the departure of Nuno Espirito Santo.
The 47-year-old departed the Molineux club following the final game of the season, bringing to an end a four-year spell with the Midlands club.
In that time, Santo took Wolves from the Championship into the Premier League and kept them there, establishing the side as a genuine force in the top-flight.
Should Nuno have stayed at Wolves?
This season, though, Wolves have struggled somewhat and limped to a 13th-placed finish in the Premier League.
Nuno was forced to blood the youngster Fabio Silva up front after the horrific head injury sustained by Raul Jimenez and Bull believes that the season actually ended in a reasonable manner because of the sheer amount of bad luck Wolves suffered through.
As a result, he feels that Nuno’s replacement faces a mighty job as he looks to fill the Portuguese’s shoes.
Speaking exclusively to The Transfer Tavern, he said: “Whoever comes in, I just think the club have got to get behind them.
“We’ve got a bunch of youngsters at the moment learning their trade, and whoever comes in, they’ve got a job and a half to do, because of the transformation this year.
“Nuno had players going out, young players coming in, injuries, and I don’t think we’ve had a bad season overall with what we’ve gone through.”
Click here to comment on this articleor
Give us feedback on your Football Transfer Tavern experience