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Wolverhampton Wanderers significantly surpassed expectations during the 2023/24 season. Despite comfortably finishing mid-table, many, including BBC’s chief football writer Phil McNulty, had predicted their relegation. McNulty foresaw them ending up 18th and expressed a “very, very worrying feeling” about the Midlands team.

However, Wolves secured a 14th-place finish in the Premier League, comfortably 20 points ahead of 18th-place Luton Town. They were only three points behind tenth-placed Crystal Palace, who concluded the season with 49 points under new manager Oliver Glasner.

Throughout the season, Wolves’ key players delivered consistently excellent performances. Despite some injuries, Portuguese winger Pedro Neto scored twice and provided nine assists in just 20 Premier League appearances. Matheus Cunha also shone, scoring 12 goals and making seven assists in 32 games for Wolves.

Arsenal striker Eddie Nketiah

With the summer transfer window approaching, O’Neil and his staff have the opportunity to strengthen their squad. Wolves have already been linked with Arsenal and England striker Eddie Nketiah. Although Nketiah showed glimpses of form for the Gunners in the 2023/24 season, he might leave the Emirates Stadium this summer in search of regular first-team football.

According to The Sun, Wolves are one of the teams interested in signing Nketiah. However, Arsenal are reportedly reluctant to let the striker go, though Nketiah might push for a move. Wolves face competition from other Premier League clubs, with Fulham leading the race, Crystal Palace showing interest, and Everton considering a loan move, which could be a suitable solution given Arsenal’s reluctance to sell and Nketiah’s desire for more playing time.

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