Wolverhampton Wanderers have an exciting season ahead of them, where they can look to build on a seventh-placed finish in the Premier League and also look forward to the Europa League.
The West Midlands club were brilliant on their return to the top flight and have a talented group at Molineux.
A strong contingent of Portuguese players is running through Nuno Espirito Santo’s side, but there is an English core too in the squad.
Morgan Gibbs-White is one of the young English talents at Wolves, but can he force his way into the starting XI on a permanent basis next season?
There should be more opportunities given the team are in four competitions, but the midfield looks quite settled as it is and may be difficult to disrupt.
Ruben Neves, Joao Moutinho and Leander Dendoncker looked a formidable trio at the back end of the last campaign.
Gibbs-White has the task of trying to break that stranglehold and show his potential with regular minutes.
Gibbs-White played 31 senior games last season for Wolves, but the majority were as a substitute and he’s still trying to establish himself.
The left-footed central midfielder would add some extra creativity going forward and just needs to find his confidence at the elite level.
He’s got the individual quality to go past a man and would provide a more agile option than enforcer Dendoncker in more favourable fixtures.
The 19-year-old is tipped for a bright future and it will be intriguing to see if he can take another step forward next season.