Wolverhampton Wanderers will be playing Premier League football again next season. Nuno Espirito Santo has led the club to the Championship summit and top-flight football now awaits.
It is certainly what they deserve after a brilliant campaign. Wolves have been by far the most consistent team in the second-tier and whilst the likes of Cardiff City, Fulham and Aston Villa have tried, none have managed to keep up.
Of course, much of their success has been down to the investment from the Fosun Group. Together with a partnership with Portuguese super agent Jorge Mendes, Wolves have brought in some excellent talent at Championship level.
The likes of Ruben Neves, Diego Jota and Willy Boly are all Premier League standard and Wolves have relished in their presence.
But this should be a concern for one 18-year-old talent. Morgan Gibbs-White is one of England’s brightest talents. The midfielder has been tipped for greatness at Wolves and has shown his ability with the England youth set-up. Last summer, he played a key role as England’s under-17s won the World Cup in India.
The performances of Gibbs-White had tongues wagging in the summer and he has been involved for Wolves this season. Gibbs-White has played 13 times for Wolves and looks a real talent for the future.
But this summer the Fosun Group and Mendes will be looking to bring some more talent to Molineux ahead of an assault on the Premier League. Rightly so. If Wolves are to stay in the top-flight, investment will be necessary.
However, in the form of Gibbs-White, the club already have a player who looks capable of playing at this level. The teenager is a top talent who should not simply be pushed aside by Wolves as they seek to assemble a side full of foreign talent.
Wolves are ambitious and wealthy so new faces are bound to arrive. But the club must make sure there is a space for a young talent like Gibbs-White to thrive in the future.