Wolverhampton Wanderers begin their competitive season on Thursday night in Europa League qualifying against Crusaders FC and their squad could be throughly tested during this campaign.
Manager Nuno Espirito Santo has operated with a thin squad during his two years so far at Molineux, but surely he needs to add some fresh faces for depth.
Aside from Raul Jimenez joining on a permanent basis, the West Midlands club are yet to make any new signings and they look particularly short at the back.
Wolves could do with some more centre-back options considering they play with a three-man defence.
They are left with just Willy Boly, Conor Coady, Ryan Bennett and Max Kilman as options in the heart of defence.
Chelsea defender Fikayo Tomori is someone that Wolves should consider a move for, as he would crank up competition for places and be a shrewd addition.
According to the Evening Standard, Premier League heavyweights Chelsea are planning to send Tomori out on loan in the 2019/20 campaign.
The report details that they want the 21-year-old to build on the successful loan he had last season in the Championship with Derby County.
Tomori certainly looks ready to step up to the top-flight and he would slot in nicely to the Wolves team.
The England Under-21 international is extremely quick and strong, while he’s comfortable in possession and has immense potential.
It would be a major risk if Wolves don’t bring in another centre-back and that’s why they should seriously look at available talent Tomori.