Wolves have already began to prepare for life in the Championship next season by announcing today that big sums of money will be spent to improve the club for their upcoming season.
Wolves CEO Jez Moxey has admitted that although spending will be made in improving the squad he does not believe that back to back promotions is a realistic target for his team.
In an interview with BBC WM he said “We’ll get some players in, get some players out and start the season with real optimism,” he later went on to say “We want to keep the momentum going through the summer and into the start of the Championship season.”
With their current financial position being believed to be strong, big bucks players such as Kevin Doyle and Roger Johnson may still have a future at the club despite being told they would have to be sold on. If it turns out the the big-name players who are currently loaned out do have a future then their “overly-ambitious” thoughts of back to back promotions could be a strong possibility.
However Moxey did admit that there would be a squad re-haul not just various buys, so many who featured in their League One title winning campaign may be redeemed surplus to requirements and sold.