Wolverhampton Wanderers fans are expecting to see a fair amount of change this summer.

The club are set to finish in mid-table at the end of 2020/21 after back-to-back seventh places.

In order to get back to the heights of those first two seasons back in the Premier League, some tough decisions will need to be taken.

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The defence has been in the spotlight this season having looked much more vulnerable.

Willy Boly and Jonny’s injury problems have arguably had a destabilising effect.

But there have still been some struggles even when those two key players have played.

One would suspect a new centre-half will be on the agenda – that is what The Athletic’s Tim Spiers claimed in January.

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It begs the question, what might happen with Romain Saiss next season?

The Morocco international saw his contract extended by a further year recently, suggesting he won’t be departing the club this summer.

While he’s had some good games, he has been a little lacklustre at times.

He’s 31 now and has been at Molineux since 2015 and he’s been an exceptional servant, but it seems that some fans on social media believe a squad player role should beckon next season.

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Saiss has largely been a regular this term, starting 28 times across all competitions.

But some feel the club ought to be upgrading on him in the starting XI:


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