Molineux Stadium is fast becoming a place for fans to dream and for players to develop and shine. The improvement and subtle changes of Adama Traore has turned him into hot property, a man in high demand.
The narrative and atmosphere around Wolverhampton has completely changed since the appointment of Nuno Espirito Santo.
His presence has inevitably closed the gap between the top six and the best of the rest. Each weekend the league elapses brings them closer to being more than just pretenders but challengers.
The team understands the system religiously. They have the midfield vision of Ruben Neves and Joao Moutinho, the attacking threat and energy imposed by the wingbacks. The leaders in Rui Patricio and Conor Coady, and the strong Mexican goal machine in Raul Jimenez is a compound for sustainable success.
They are once again proof that good teams can be build and nurtured with the right recruitment, as well as the best suited vision and constant backing from the board. This story is not as glamorous as that of the title winning Leicester City but it sure is quiet close given the financial muscle surrounding them.
This article was written by a Soccer Laduma reader.