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Steve Bull wants to see good send off for Ruben Neves in case it's star's last game for Wolves

Molineux legend Steve Bull hopes to see a good reception for Ruben Neves today in Wolves’ last game of the season against Liverpool.

Wanderers go to Anfield and are looking to try and beat the Reds to end a six-game winless run and in turn, scupper Jurgen Klopp’s bid for the Premier League title.

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It will be a very tough game.

Liverpool are in fantastic form and are obviously very strong at home.

That said, there is a lot riding on this game for them and there could be a few nerves.

So Wolves have a slight chance of coming away with something.

Perhaps key to any positive result today will be the performance of Neves, who could potentially be making his final appearance in Wolves colours.

The club have been in talks about extending his contract. But there is very good chance he could seek to move on, and the club could accept a massive bid if one came in.

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Wolves’ all-time top goalscorer Bull spoke about Neves ahead of today’s game in his Express & Star column.

He said: “It could also be the last time we see Ruben Neves in a Wolves shirt, and what a player he has been for the club. Absolutely superb.

“He’s a hero to many people and has given us so many memories. He’s a very, very talented player and you can’t knock him if he wants to go.

“He’s given us some amazing service over the last few years so it would be nice to have a good send off for him if he does leave in the summer.”

Ruben Neves will get fantastic reception today in Wolves’ final game against Liverpool

Neves will likely get a really warm reception today from the travelling Wolves fans.

Who knows if today will prove to be his final game for the club, but fans need to prepare themselves for the possibility of him departing this summer.

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Realistically, clubs will be coming in for him, given how good he has been this season.

He’s been at Wolves for five years now, and there is no European football on offer for him next season.

Neves looked emotional last weekend after the game with Norwich City, which may suggest an exit is pending.