After another change in management and a hectic transfer window for Wolverhampton Wanderers, it appeared that it may be another season of transition.
However, thanks to an excellent transfer window, Wolves have had a blistering start to the season as they enter the international break sat in fourth place with ten points.
With the backing of ambitious owners, Nuno Espirito Santo with the help of Jorge Mendes has been given the opportunity to stamp his mark on the squad and shape the side with his vision in mind.
As Nuno Espirito Santo made the decision to play a 3-4-3 system, it has been key that he has brought in the correct personnel to suit the system as well as coaching the current crop of players to adapt to his change in system.
This has led to a heavy turnover of players as there has been twenty arrivals and twenty-one departures, in and out of Molineux, this summer.
FLW writer Elliott Wheat-Bowen looks at how Wolves’ summer signings fit into the set-up and what Wolves’ best starting XI looks like.