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April 30, 2019

Wolves can make the top six next season – if they splash the cash

Wolves have been backed to gatecrash the top six next season – provided they splash the cash, according to pundits Alvin Martin and Ray Parlour. Nuno Espirito Santo’s side have taken many by surprise this season with the relative eas in which they have settled into the Premier League. Wolves are sitting in seventh place with two games left, in stark contrast to their opponents this Saturday who they were promoted with – relegated Fulham. Wolves spent around £70m last summer while the Cottagers splashed out £100m, yet have struggled around the drop zone all season before being sentenced back…

Future is Sky Blue for Wolves cub Bright?

Wolves forward Bright Enobakhare has caused a stir among Coventry City fans after posting a selfie on social media with the message ‘I’m staying’, complete with a sky blue heart. The 21-year-old has been a star of Coventry’s push for the League One play-offs and many of their supporters took the message to mean he will be rejoining Mark Robins’s squad again next season, either on loan again or permanently. Enobakhare has lit up the second half of the season for the Sky Blues, helping the club go agonisingly close to making the play-offs with some impressive performances and six…

Nuno nominated for manager of the month

Wolves head coach Nuno Espirito Santo has been nominated for the Premier League Manager of the Month award after guiding Wolves to three wins in April. Manchester United, Arsenal and Watford were all beaten during the month to continue Wolves’ charge for seventh spot in the Premier League. Wolves also drew 0-0 against Brighton and lost at Southampton and to Watford in the FA Cup semi-final. Nuno will be aiming to win the award for the second time this season after earning it in September when he made history as the first Wolves boss to receive the award, on the…