SPOT ON: Ruben Neves, right, celebrates with his Wolves team mates after firing his side in front through a first-half penalty in Saturday evening's pre-season friendly against Sporting Lisbon in Faro. Photo by Gualter Fatia/Getty Images.

Wolves’ best starting line-up for Premier League opener against Leeds United after Raul Jimenez injury

Wolverhampton Wanderers’ strongest squad ahead of the opening Premier League game with Leeds United.

It’s been a frustrating summer so far for the most part, for fans of Wolves.

Other than Hwang Hee-chan’s move from RB Leipzig being turned from a loan into a permanent, the gold and black have only added one new face to their ranks, bringing in Nathan Collins from Burnley.

Bruno Lage’s squad last year looked lacking for large parts. Whilst the first eleven always looks capable of taking on the best, the depth was simply not there - and it’s an issue that still hasn’t been resolved.

Wolves are an injury or two away from dipping into having to use their youngsters, especially in forward areas and for a club that look so close to making that next step, the frustration from fans is understandable.

There is still the month of August for new faces to be added and after losing Raul Jimenez to injury this past week, they’ve become more of a need than a want.

Leeds United are first up this coming Saturday and will provide a good benchmark of where this Wolves squad are at.

As things stand, here’s what we think the gold and black’s best starting line-up is for that game and beyond.

Bruno Lage’s squad last year looked lacking for large parts. Whilst the first eleven always looks capable of taking on the best, the depth was simply not there - and it’s an issue that still hasn’t been resolved.

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