The pack can now vote for who they believe has been Wolves’ player of the season.
Fans also need to have a Wolves account to log into before voting.
The contest runs until May 5, and the winner of the award will be announced at the club’s End of Season dinner on May 14.
Fans being able to vote for their favourite star is always great, but unlike previous years it’s impossible for one Player to be considered the most important this season.
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It’s impossible to vote for a Wolves Player of the Season
Wolves’ first season back in the Premier League has been incredible.
Coming up from the Championship, Nuno Espirito Santo’s side is duking it out for seventh and Europa league football.
Every one of the promoted and new players have met the Premier League’s lofty standards.
And this is why it’s impossible to vote for a Wolves Player of the Season; the whole squad is consistently great.
Last year’s star, Rúben Neves, has been vital with his long-range passing and accuracy.
Matt Doherty has been key to Wolves’ success with 4 assists and 4 goals.
Diogo Jota started slow thanks to niggling injuries, but he’s contributed 8 goals and 4 assists.
Wanderer’s number 9, Raúl Jimenez, has secured a £32M move to Wolves with 12 goals and 7 assists.
Conor Coady has been a leader at the back, and Willy Boly has routinely shrugged off all opposing attackers with ease.
And the £5M João Moutinho has been a little magician with 8 assists.
Wolves’ players have offered more than just complimentary stats, and they have all been vital to the club’s successful return to the Premier League.
No matter who you take out the starting XI, the team is a whole lot weaker.