Arsenal's victory over Chelsea in the FA Cup has meant that Wolverhampton Wanderers' impressive season in finishing seventh comes without a return to the Europa League. The Gunners will now take the final spot, with sixth-place Tottenham Hotspur also earning a route thanks to Manchester City's League Cup triumph, whilst Wolves sit without a hope.
This is a harsh reward for what was a brilliant campaign under Nuno Espirito Santo, cementing themselves as a developing side that can more than hold their ground against the top sides in England.
Wolves may have missed out on European competition through domestic qualification, but Nuno’s men can still go one better by winning the tournament and earning a spot in the Champions League.
However, Europa League is out of bounds now for the club and, weirdly enough, their only chance at European football is the Champions League. We take a look at if they can make it there and win the Europa League.