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Wolves back to winning ways after beating relegation-battling Luton Town 2-1 at the Molineux.

Gary O’Neil made three changes to his team that lost to Bournemouth in mid week, with Santiago Bueno, Pablo Sarabia and Tommy Doyle being replaced by Matheus Cunha, Boubacar Traore and Matt Doherty.

Let’s take a look at what we have learnt from this result!


Hwang Hee Chan scored his first goal of 2024, which took his goal count up to 12 in the league, and throughout the fixture he looked a constant threat on the last man.

He and Cunha now both have double figures when it comes to their scoring tally, the first time a Wolves duo has accomplished this in a top flight was John Richards and Andy Gray in 1980!

It’s so important we have these players fit and ready to play, as when they do Wolves look a far more threatening and overall balanced team. Hopefully they can add to their tally going into the last three games of the campaign.


This time last week Boubacar Traore would have thought his chance at being included in the starting XI would be slim to none, but his performances in the last two fixtures have put him in with a huge shout to start next weekend against Manchester City.

The way he presses is second to none, and put in a really good performance in the middle of the pitch. His tackling was superb and even could have chipped in with a goal or two!

Our midfield is very healthy at the moment and full of competition, as long as we hold on to some of our key players in the summer the middle of the pitch is an area that we wouldn’t really need to strengthen. Traore’s resurgence just reminds us the quality we have in the squad so let’s hope he get’s a good run of games and ends the season on a strong note.


It’s always great to see ex-Wolves men do well in the the top leagues, and Rob Edwards has certainly cemented himself as one of the best up coming English managers in the game right now.

We all know Molineux can be a toxic place, so it was really nice to see him getting an ovation at the end.

I think we can all agree we are routing for him and his side to stay up, given the superb job he is doing right now, and the job he did for us in multiple roles at his time at the club.


Before the Luton game, Wolves’ last win was at the start of March when they beat Fulham 2-1 at home.

It’s so good to see another Wolves win especially at home. We’ve really struggled with injuries recently and with more and more players coming back just in time for the end of the season, there’s a feel good factor going into the last few games.

Even though we aren’t playing for anything as such, it’s important to recognise the incredible job they have done this season, and let’s just enjoy this team play football as some of which may not be here come August.


There’s already a lot of discussion about what will happen this summer, but this game proved to me that keeping hold of some of the talent we have may be more important than who we need to bring in.

On many occasions this season, the football this team can play is outstanding, and they all seem to click. For me it’s so important to keep the players like Cunha, Joao Gomes, Rayan Ait-Nouri and multiple others, as we know the talent they possess.

I don’t think this team need many outstanding player’s to be brought in, as we have top quality players in abundance. However, they would excel with more quality depth that can provide them with the competition they haven’t necessarily had this season. 

Liam Berry, Always Wolves Fan TV


I am a life long Wolves fan that is passionate for the club. I am a sixth form student who loves writing about things I love!

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