Wolves have little to play for in the closing weeks of the season, currently sitting 12th.
But for clubs across Europe, this is the business end of the season and with that comes high drama.
Former Wolves man Prince Oniangue was at the centre of a thrilling match on the final weekend of the French Ligue 2 season on Saturday.
He left Molineux in July 2018 to join Stade Malherbe Caen, and they found themselves battling relegation to the third tier on the final day.
Their last game was against second-placed Clermont Foot, and needed a win to be safe.
Oniangue opened the scoring on 83 minutes, and must have hoped that would be enough to seal survival.
The visitors equalised on 89 minutes, and a draw would have seen Caen relegated.
But Caen got a stoppage time penalty, which was converted by Benjamin Jeannot to seal safety in the most dramatic circumstances.
Caen had Loup Hervieu sent off on 38 minutes, which made their task even harder, and the subsequent win even more remarkable.
Oniangue made just 10 league appearances across two years in the Championship with Wolves.
But he certainly made his mark for Caen at the weekend and played his part in a result which will go down in their history.
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