Wolverhampton Wanderers have been through the mill in the last five years to say the least.
After surviving relegation by the skin of their teeth in 2011, the club subsequently dropped back down to the Championship a year later, after finishing bottom with just 25 points in 38 games.
Under new manager Stale Solbakken, the Midlands side were hoping that they could bounce back at the first attempt but instead they were relegated for the second successive season to League One.
Kenny Jackett was the new man at the helm for Wolves’ League One adventure and he steered the club to 103 points – a new record for the third tier.
He continued to be successful with the club narrowly missing out on the play-offs despite a 4-2 win over Millwall on the final day.
Now, the club is once again struggling, lying in a disappointing 15th place with only 13 games of the season to go.
In those five years, a lot of change has happened – not least in the squad where many players have come through the Molineux doors whilst others have exited the club.
Football League World writer Alex Grove takes a look at the best Wolves XI from the past five years in a traditional 4-4-2 formation…..
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