Wolverhampton Wanderers fans are undecided this season
Believe Wolverhampton Wanderers have a realistic chance of winning a trophy
Wolverhampton Wanderers fans are presently mostly feeling Hope
Wolverhampton Wanderers's fans table estimates averaged a placing of 8.6
Wolverhampton Wanderers fans want to see a Striker transfer
Are satisfied with Wolverhampton Wanderers's recruitment so far this summer
Hwang Hee-chan / £14m / RB Leipzig
The South Korean forward's loan spell at Molineux was hampered by injuries and Wolves will hope for more of a return on a significant investment than the five goals in 30 games he produced last season. 2/5
Nathan Collins / £20.5m / Burnley
Promising young centre half who impressed despite Burnley's woes last season. Adds depth to the central defence and can be a goal threat. 4/5
Goncalo Guedes / £27.5m / Valencia
Wolves needed more firepower and the signing of Guedes should prove a significant upgrade to their frontline, and at a very reasonable price too. The Portuguese is comfortable through the middle or out wide and is capable of the spectacular with his only major flaw being a lack of consistency. 4/5
Nigel Lonwijk / Loan / Plymouth
loan / PSV
£8.5m / Sporting Lisbon
Free / Botafogo
Free / Besiktas
Free / Birmingham
Loan / Anderlecht
Loan / Wolves
Loan / Everton
Wolves need a creative spark with only the three relegated sides scoring fewer goals and averaging fewer shots on target per game last season. Goncalo Guedes' arrival goes some way to addressing that need.
Wolves were involved in a lot of tight games last term with 24 of their 38 matches generating fewer than three goals.
Wolves had the lowest top scorer of any Premier League team last season with Raul Jimenez contributing six goals.
Goalkeeper Jose Sa proved a good addition for Wolves, registering 11 clean sheets and the second-highest save percentage in the league last season.
Wolves were left feeling deflated after a poor finish to last season (no win in the final seven games) but they may have a lot further to fall. Tenth place wasn't such a bad effort for a team short of firepower but results and performances worsened during the run in and it may prove difficult for Bruno Lage to halt the downward spiral.
Wolves to stay up
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