Wolves player ratings for entire 2022/23 season - as three score 9/10 but five lucky to get 4/10 - gallery

Take a look as we rate all 32 of Wolverhampton Wanderers’ players from the 2022-23 season out of 10, with extensive reasons for each.

Wolverhampton Wanderers managed to survive relegation relatively comfortably thanks to a remarkable turnaround under Julen Lopetegui after the World Cup break.

The Old Gold put together a string of six wins in seven home games between March and May to earn themselves enough points to go well above the drop.

As things worked out, Wolves were just three points off Chelsea at the end of the campaign and they would’ve finished in the top half if Lopetegui had been in charge all along.

Wanderers looked down and out when the Spaniard first took charge as countless players were lacklustre and there was a complete lack of belief under the helm of Bruno Lage.

Wolves had the worst goalscoring form in the league and were unable to boast much better of a defensive record, meaning plenty lost their places once Lopetegui arrived.

Come January, and new signings were brought in to bolster the squad for the second half of the campaign and a few of them really impressed. Others did not.

On reflection, it was a disappointing season but a successful revival. With that in mind, we’ve rated every single player from the Wolves squad out of 10 for their involvement.

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