After such an inconsistent campaign, Wolves no longer have anything to play for this season.
Nuno Santo’s team have performed well below par and as they gear up to face Brighton this afternoon, they will do so from 12th in the table.
Ambitions of qualifying for Europe have fallen by the wayside but it’s not been entirely the manager’s fault.
With all this in mind, how will Wolves line up when they welcome Brighton to Molineux this weekend?
We’re tipping Nuno to make three changes to the side that drew with West Brom last time.
There is no place for Willian Jose in the side as Fabio Silva gets an opportunity to build on the goal he netted against the Baggies.
There is one change in the attack where Owen Otasowie drops out after his rare chance last weekend. With that in mind, Daniel Podence comes back into the fray in a wide position.
Vitinha gets another chance as the attacking midfielder after shining so bright at the Hawthorns.
The other change could be an enforced one. Wolves are currently sweating over the fitness of Rayan Ait-Nouri and if he can’t make the game, Max Kilman might come into the team.
Boly misses out so it’s a centre-back pairing of Conor Coady and Romain Saiss again.
Joao Moutinho is back to full fitness so he replaces Leander Dendoncker in midfield for the third and final change in this XI. He has been absent for the last two matches with a minor ankle problem.