Following Romain Saiss reportedly earning another year at Molineux through games played this season, only one Wolverhampton Wanderers player currently stands to leave the club at the end of the season.
Backup goalkeeper John Ruddy is now the one player the Wolves hierarchy must take a decision on this summer.
The 34-year-old joined Wolves in the summer of 2017 after running down his contract at Norwich City.
Ruddy was superb for Wolves in his first season after joining, playing in all but one Championship game and being key to the club’s promotion to the Premier League.
His contributions were recognised in the form of a PFA Championship Team of the Year inclusion.
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Following the arrival of Rui Patricio from Sporting CP in 2018 though, minutes have been few and far between for the one-time England international.
In total to date, he’s racked up 65 appearances for the club, keeping 34 clean sheets and conceding 52 goals.
With the season almost finished, it will soon be time for Wolves to decide whether Ruddy’s contract is renewed.
It could go either way – Ruddy is not getting any younger, but is known to be a big influence in the dressing room.
On social media, people have been fairly split: