Wolverhampton Wanderers have enjoyed a fabulous first campaign back at the top flight of English football after earning promotion from the Championship last season and look set to battle it out for seventh spot with Watford, Leicester City and Everton.
As the Championship came to a close in 2017/2018, supporters of the club were noticeably confident ahead of the new Premier League season, most of which was ignored by fans of consistent top division sides.
However, Wolves have shocked virtually everyone but themselves so far, racking up an impressive forty-seven points with thirty-two games played, winning thirteen matches and maintaining a positive goal difference.
There have been some huge scalps taken along the way as Chelsea, Tottenham and Manchester United have all been beaten by Wolves, the latter of which being the most recent and arguably the best result with the scoreline mirroring the one of two weeks previous in the FA Cup.
Diogo Jota and Raul Jimenez have burst onto the scene, creating havoc for defenders up and down the country, while Willy Boly and Matt Doherty have made themselves fan favourites, receiving much deserved plaudits from opposition fans and pundits alike.
Competing in the Premier League is always difficult, but when the top six are as good as they are right now it makes Wolves look all that more inspiring. There is a debate to be had on whether or not this Wolves side are the best newly promoted team to play in the Premier League.