The curtain will come down on a wonderful four years in charge for Nuno Santo on Sunday.
He has changed the face of Wolverhampton Wanderers, turning them into an established Premier League outfit.
Unfortunately, their clash with Manchester United this afternoon will represent his final in the Molineux dugout.
He surprisingly announced the decision to resign on Friday, leaving the Old Gold’s future well and truly up in the air.
Wolves will be aiming to send Nuno off with an almighty bang but it won’t be easy against one of the best sides in the top-flight.
Though, with nothing to play for, the Midlands outfit can kick back and relax on the final day of the season.
Thus, how will their final ever team selection under the Portuguese look? Here’s what we’re predicting…
We’re tipping Nuno to make three changes from the team that lost to Everton last time out.
John Ruddy continues in goal but there are changes to the backline in front of him with Max Kilman dropping out.
The Englishman is replaced by 18-year-old Christian Marques, someone we’ve raved about on Football FanCast this weekend.
The centre-back has never been seen in the first-team but with nothing riding on the match, this feels like as good a time as any to hand him his Premier League debut.
Another change is at right wing-back where Ki-Jana Hoever is given a chance ahead of Nelson Semedo, something that occurred in the 2-1 win over Brighton.
The third and final change is in the middle of the park where Joao Moutinho is axed from the starting XI in favour of the young Vitinha.
If Wolves don’t exercise the option to buy clause in his loan contract then this could be the 21-year-old’s final outing in the Old Gold.
There is no room for Willian Jose while Raul Jimenez won’t be fit to play despite his promising recovery from a fractured skull.
Marcal has returned from injury but Rayan Ait-Nouri gets the nod on the left-hand side.