Joao Moutinho was voted player of the season by the pack at Wolves’ end of season dinner.

The 2018/19 Premier League campaign was a fantastic return to the topflight of English football.

Not only did Wolves reach the FA Cup semi-finals, but they also finished seventh in the Premier League table.

And things could get even better with European football on the horizon.

The pack votes Joao Moutinho Wolves’ player of the season

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Wolves concluded their magnificent season with a celebratory dinner.

Dressed in black with stylish shades, Nuno was the leader of the Reservoir Wolves instead of dogs.

Diogo Jota was awarded Goal Of The Season for his immaculate opener against Cardiff at Molineux, and Ruben Vinagre was voted best Young Professional.

The most prestigious awards on offer were Players’ Player Of The Season and Player Of The Season.

Conor Coady, Willy Boly, Ruben Neves, Diogo Jota, and Matt Doherty could have all nabbed the trophies, but the honour ultimately went to Raul Jimenez and Joao Moutinho respectively.

Jimenez was the obvious candidate for Players’ Player Of The Season thanks to his terrific goalscoring record.

Despite only being his first season in England, Jimenez quickly adapted to the environment and was Wolves’ top goal scorer for the 2018/19 campaign with 13.

The Mexican sensation also contributed 7 assists and created 13 big chances.

As for Moutinho, the little magician made 8 assists and created 7 big chances.

However, the stats don’t fully compliment the 32-year-old.

The pack adores the Portuguese wizard because he’s not afraid of a tackle and he’s always sprinting about the pitch.

He consistently gives 100% and he always reciprocates Molineux’s adoration by applauding their support.

It’s easy to see why the pack loves him.