Wolves promoted to Premier League after Fulham draw at house

Wolves promoted to Premier League after Fulham draw at house

They were among the favourites to achieve promotion in 2018 having spent heavily, including signing Porto's Ruben Neves for £15.8 million.

With the ball cleared into his path after a corner, the 21-year-old expertly flicked the ball up to set himself, before unleashing an unstoppable dipping volley that landed into the top-left corner to send the home supporters into complete raptures.

Fulham's draw with Brentford means they now trail Wolves by 10 points with only three matches remaining.

With players like him in their ranks, they should do more than alright mixing it with the best in the country.

Wolves, who have 92 points from 42 games, require a further four points from their final four games to win the title but have done enough mathematically to gain promotion.

Nuno will clinch promotion on Sunday if Wolves beat Birmingham at Molineux, but the Portuguese is refusing to abandon his hardline stance.

Wolves have had a remarkable season under manager Nuno Espirito Santo.

They now have 92 points with 28 victories and eight draws, with 76 goals scored.

Whether it be who finishes in the top six, or who gets relegated, talkSPORT is the place to follow all the latest Championship news.