Wolves’ position in Premier League table based on Julen Lopetgui’s results compared to Leeds United, Everton and West Ham - gallery

Measuring the impact made by the Wolves manager since his appointment in November.

Wolverhampton Wanderers are still looking nervously over their shoulders at the relegation zone as the Premier League takes a two-week break for international duty.

Last weekend’s controversial 4-2 home defeat against fellow strugglers Leeds United left Julen Lopetegui’s side three points and five places above the drop zone as the final ten games of the season approach. Despite their precarious position, there has undoubtedly been progress and improvement made since Lopetegui was appointed in November.

The former Real Madrid and Sevilla manager recorded impressive wins over the likes of Liverpool, Everton and West Ham United since he replaced Bruno Lage in the Molineux hotseat and he remains confident his will help Wolves preserve their Premier League status come the end of the season.

But how would a Premier League table look if it was based on results since Lopetegui’s appointment in early November? BirminghamWorld investigates...

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