Another push for Europe

To have missed out on Europa League football in 2020/21 was a real shame.

Last season’s run to the quarter-finals was an amazing achievement for the club, and the goal will be to get back there for the 2021/22 season.

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It’s been a trick start for Wolves so far and the team are clearly trying to adapt to new systems and new personnel.

The sales of Matt Doherty and Diogo Jota have stung, but there is plenty of promise.

Hopefully it will be a case of pushing on stronger in the second half of the season, and finishing back in those Europa League qualifying positions once more.

Raul Jimenez gets back to his best

Raul Jimenez lying motionless on the ground after an horrific clash of heads with David Luiz Arsenal was a terrifying scene.

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The Mexican suffered a fractured skull, and is facing a period on the sidelines, which nobody is sure how long will last yet.

All the talk has been very positive so far, and hopefully Jimenez can return to action stronger than ever, and get back to the amazing level he’s shown since coming to English football.

Adama Traore explodes again

Adama Traore was on fire last season, but it hasn’t quite happened for him in 2020/21 so far.

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The Spaniard hasn’t contributed any goals or assists, and appears to be reverting back to the player we saw in his first season at Molineux.

The potential is absolutely frightening with Traore, who is obviously blessed with those natural physical qualities.

Hopefully, things will start to click again for the 24-year-old, who is undeniably one of the most watchable footballers in the world on his day.

Fans can attend Molineux again

It’s the thing any football fan wants the most.

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2020 was a truly unbelivable year, with the Covid-19 pandemic devastating the world and robbing so many people of the things they love and hold dear.

Perhaps the biggest hope of all for Wolves fans, is that the situation eventually gets under control, allowing a safe return to Molineux.

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