Wolves have been making some real moves of late when it comes to contract extensions.
Nuno Espirito Santo was perhaps the biggest coup, and has set the ball rolling for captain Conor Coady, Raul Jimenez and most recently, Max Kilman to commit their futures to the club.
Arguably those four deals are bigger than anything the club did in the transfer market, and Wolves fans are curious to see who’ll be next.
Adama Traore is thought to be in talks about an extension, which would be no less than the Spaniard deserves for an impressive 2019/20 campaign.
According to the Express & Star, defender Willy Boly could be also be offered fresh terms, but the Frenchman is understood to be happy at Molineux regardless.
The 29-year-old’s (£10 million signing, BBC Sport) current contract expires in the summer of 2023 – not next summer as was initially believed.
The publication also state that Romain Saiss’ deal does expire next year, but the club have an option to sign the Moroccan up for another year.
A big season is therefore required by one of Wolves’ longest-serving players, who cost the club £3 million back in 2016 from Angers (Express & Star).
Wolves making moves behind the scenes
Wolves announcing the four contract extensions they agreed is excellent news for the club and is a real show of ambition.
Certainly Nuno and Jimenez could quite easily have been poached this summer but the powers that be clearly understand that being successful requires keeping solid foundations in place.
Hopefully Boly will also follow suit, and Saiss can have a big season to earn himself that extra year – his form in 2020 has generally been very good.