It has been an exciting summer for Wolves under new boss Nuno Espirito Santo. They have been heavily backed financially and are now real promotion contenders. Here are all the new players-
John Ruddy- England international who joined on a free transfer after he was released by championship rivals Norwich City. Ruddy played over 200 games for the Canaries having previously had spells at Everton and Cambridge.
Will Norris- The highly-rated goalkeeper joined from League Two side Cambridge in the summer, he signed a three-year deal.
Barry Douglas- The 28 year-old Scottish left-back joined for an undisclosed fee from Turkish side Konyaspor. He played for Queen’s Park and Dundee United before moving to Polish side Lech Poznan, who he later left for Konyaspor.
Roderick Miranda- The Portugese defender joined from Rio Ave in the summer. Nuno Santo was a big fan of the centre-back when he played against him with Porto.
Ruben Vinagre- The 18 year-old joined Wolves on a season-long loan from AS Monaco. He made his debut for Wolves in their League Cup game against Yeovil.
Ryan Bennett- The 27 year-old joined former Norwich teammate John Ruddy at Wolves, having also been released by the Canaries. The former England U21 international played for Grimsby and Peterborough before joining Norwich.
Willy Boly- The Frenchman joined Wolves on a season-long loan from Porto, linking up with his ex-manager Nuno Santo. He used to play fro Auxerre and Braga.
Phil Ofosu-Ayeh- The full-back joined from German club Braunschweig. The 25 year-old is a Ghana international. He is still ye to play for Wolves.
Ruben Neves- The Portugal international was one of the stand-out signings in the Championship. He joined from Porto for around £16 million. Despite being only 20, he played 59 times for Porto.
Alfred N’Diaye- The midfielder joined on deadline day from Villarreal on a season-long loan. He has previously had loan spells at Sunderland and Hull City.
Diogo Jota- The striker joined on loan from Atletico Madrid. He has never played for Atletico before but was on loan at Porto last season, scoring 8 goals.
Leo Bonatina- The 23 year-old Brazilian joined on loan from Al Hilal. Formerly of Estoril in Portugal, he had a decent goal scoring record for Al Hilal in Saudi Arabia, scoring 12 in 25.