Wolverhampton Wanderers are heading to the Premier League after cruising to the Championship title.
Wolves did it in style, brushing opponents aside and finishing top of the pile in the second tier.
After plenty of time celebrating, it is now time for business.
Nuno Espirito Santo knows that he needs to make some minor adjustments to his squad to ensure that they are well equipped for a Premier League campaign.
The Portuguese boss ideally needs a new goalkeeper, two full-backs, one or two centre-halves, a central midfielder and at least one new striker.
This is to add competition for places rather than to improve the starting XI as most of the players deserve to keep their place in the side for next year.
Nuno will be drawing up a list of striker targets now after Benik Afobe and Leo Bonatini ended their loan spells.
Here are five forwards Wolves must try to sign.
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