Wolverhampton Wanderers made a stunning return to the Premier League last season, with a seventh-placed finish that secured a return of European football at Molineux.
The West Midlands club are highly ambitious and are playing an attractive style under manager Nuno Espirito Santo.
They need to add some fresh faces this summer to boost their thin squad and with additions they should be able to continue their progress.
Wolves should consider a move for Manchester City’s Fabian Delph, who would be an excellent signing for them.
According to the Sun, Delph is set to be sold this summer by Manchester City when they complete a £62million deal for Rodri.
The report details that Galatasaray are readying a bid for the 29-year-old and Pep Guardiola’s team will listen to offers.
Wolves should throw their name into the hat for Delph and offer him regular first-team action at Molineux.
The England international is in the peak years of his career and made just 20 appearances across all competitions last season for Manchester City.
He is a defensive midfielder that breaks up play well, has experience at the top level, and is extremely comfortable on the ball too.
Wolves need more competition in the centre of the park and left-footed Delph would definitely be a great option to have.