Plenty of Wolves fans have discussed on Twitter who they believe their most improved player to be, not including Adama Traore.
Wolves dedicated page @WolvesFC_latest asked its followers to offer their opinions, to which there was a pretty mixed response.
Firstly, they made a good rule by not allowing Adama Traore to be apart of the answers, as he is the obvious choice by an absolute country mile.
Considering the player only started eight games last season in the Premier League, the 24-year-old has now asserted himself as one of the better players in the division this season.
According to WhoScored’s match rating algorithm, the winger has been the second-best player in the entire division this season, chipping in with seven assists as well as four goals, with an average of 7.75/10.
Did we do enough business in January?
Absolutely not. We're well short
Unsure - will depend on keeping everyone fit
Yes, we don't need to add anymore
Many fans responded with a variety of suggestions, with some fans suggesting Romain Saiss, Pedro Neto and Leander Dendoncker.
Here are some of the responses below…
— Yesjohnny (@Yesjohnny7) February 4, 2020
Good job he’s a beast now. Imagine last seasons Traore and this seasons Jota on either wing.
— MW (@Matman050988) February 4, 2020
Dendonker he slid into defence when needed and yes made a few errors but who didn’t?
— LegendKiller2k (@legendkiller2k8) February 4, 2020
Neto has improved, Saiss is average at best, cant really understand the love tbh !! Neves has also stepped up to a new level but could go further still !!
— Jonathan Wilkes (@JayWilkes34) February 4, 2020
Saiss moving to a defensive position
— jason goddard (@jgodd1234) February 4, 2020
— Tyler crowson (@Tylercrowson2) February 4, 2020
Every single player has improved this season. Imagine what next season will be like
— Danny T™️ (@taylord1210) February 4, 2020
Even with the club not making many signings in the summer or in January, they are still fighting it out for a European place in the Premier League and are in the knockout stages of the Europa League.
Considering much of the same squad is continue to play at that high level, that is good proof that the squad seems to be improving as a unit.