The Premier League prize money Wolves are set to earn compared to Chelsea, Tottenham & West Ham - gallery
In order from least to most, here are the prize money injections all 20 Premier League clubs are set to receive at the end of the 2022/23 campaign.
Wolverhampton Wanderers are now enjoying the end of a successful turnaround season after securing Premier League survival with a win over local rivals Aston Villa three weeks ago. Wolves were rock bottom of the league when Julen Lopetegui took over but the Spaniard has guided his side to a 41-point total.
One game is still to be played, away at Arsenal on the final day, meaning Wanderers could theoretically finish as high as 12th – or even 11th with a huge goal difference swing. Supporters are overjoyed with the progress under the new manager, especially as every position gained earns more prize money.
Every team in the Premier League receives a base television rights payment of around £84 million, as well as extra for additional TV appearances. There’s also a big bonus for wherever a side finishes in the table, with more for every place higher that’s obtained.
But how much exactly are Wolves likely to receive compared to other sides in the Premier League? Based on last season’s prize money totals and adding on the television revenue, here are the rough amounts all 20 teams would likely receive if they finish where they are currently – from least to most.