Wolves player of the season: Pick your Premier League 2019/20 star
Raul Jimenez? Adama Traore? Joao Moutinho? Have your say…
Last Updated: 11/04/20 10:19am
Who has been Wolves’ player of the season so far? See our picks and have your say...
It has been another fine season for Nuno Espirito Santo's side as they sit sixth in the Premier League while their Europa League adventure has not yet come to an end.
Read on for the Sky Sports Football selections and have your say. Want to make a case for another player? If you're reading on skysports.com, leave a comment below...
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Let's begin with the team's top scorer. Raul Jimenez impressed on loan last season and he has only added to his reputation this time around. With 13 Premier League goals, he has already matched last season's tally as well as adding a further nine in Europe too.
If Jimenez's success had been expected, Adama Traore has been one of the revelations of the Premier League season. Making good on his vast potential, the flying winger has scored three goals against Manchester City alone - adding end product to his exciting game.
Last season's player of the year, Joao Moutinho's excellence in midfield continues to be a feature of Wolves' performances. Consistency personified, the 33-year-old Portuguese icon ranks among the Premier League's top six players for both chances created and tackles.
Moutinho's midfield partner had a quiet start to the campaign before seeing his form improve after a formation switch. Ruben Neves has sprinkled familiar stardust on Wolves' season with a trio of stunning strikes against Manchester United, Aston Villa and Espanyol.
Willy Boly is not an obvious choice given that he missed three months of the season with a broken ankle, but that only underscored his importance. Wolves kept one clean sheet in the 15 Premier League games that he missed. It's four clean sheets in five since he came back.
The unlikely name on the list is that of the experienced Morocco international Romain Saiss but supporters have come to appreciate his ability to fill the gaps in Nuno's side. The former midfielder's assured performances in defence have exceeded all expectations this season.
Would you go for someone else? Perhaps Diogo Jota, goalkeeper Rui Patricio or talismanic captain Conor Coady? If you're reading on skysports.com, join the debate below...