West Ham United fans have expressed their jealousy at Wolves’ season.
Nuno Espirito Santo’s side beat Manchester United 2-1 on Tuesday evening to maintain their push for a seventh-placed finish.
Having been promoted from the Championship just last season, Wolves’ exceptional campaign – they have lost just 11 games in the Premier League this term – could see them qualify for the Europa League, while they also have an FA Cup semi-final yet to play.
Wolves face Watford at Wembley this weekend and are favourites to reach the showpiece final, where they could face either a quadruple-hunting Manchester City or Brighton & Hove Albion.
West Ham meanwhile are currently 11th, five points behind Wolves, and lost to Everton at the London Stadium at the weekend in a truly woeful performance.
And Hammers fans are envious of the success being enjoyed by the Molineux side, due mainly to their club’s tendency to push for seventh only to flop whenever the chance arises to actually jump into that coveted spot.
Take a look at the best of the reaction on Twitter below!
FA Cup semi-final and 7th position. It’s taken Wolves 1 PL season to achieve what we apparently moved homes for and have tried to for the past god knows how many years ?
— West Ham News (@whufc_news) April 2, 2019
That’s what proper investment gets you no less they deserve
— West Ham Hub (@WHUFC_HUB) April 2, 2019
They have a better manager, better owners and better players.
— Adam Moore (@mooro_skipbear) April 3, 2019
I would sit our whole squad down and make them watch that performance tonight by Wolves.
— Andy Kemp (@andyjameskemp) April 2, 2019
And people try to say West Ham have better players than wolves .
No , they have pace , power and technical ability – they play with intensity , pace and aggression .
We do not and do not have the players to play that way
— Paolo (@ellingford_paul) April 3, 2019
It’s called ambition… It’s achieved by having a sound plan and following it through… It’s what we were promised but won’t see until this board have sold up and gone
— Brian Hall (@CockneyBri) April 2, 2019
That’s what happens when you have proper owners.
— Chris Burrell (@deanashtonsfoot) April 2, 2019
— Josh⚒ (@JoshVernege) April 2, 2019