Wolves deservedly lead the way in the Championship this season and it’s fair to say that Nuno Espirito Santo has assembled a fine squad in the Black Country.
Even though the likes of Ruben Neves and Diogo Jota will take the headlines given their reputation in the game, Wolves have also benefitted from bargains such as John Ruddy, Ryan Bennett and Barry Douglas.
As well as that, the clubs academy has helped this season too.
Danny Batth, Bright Enobakhare and Jack Price, before he left, are three players who featured in earlier parts of the season as Wolves got off to a flying start.
And, in recent weeks Morgan Gibbs-White has been regularly used by Santo who is clearly impressed with the local lad.
The 18-year old midfielder is one the club have real high hopes for and he was a key part of the England U17 side that won the World Cup last year.
He is sure to have a big future at Molineux and here are two other youngsters who could make an impact in the years to come.