Wolverhampton Wanderers are not in immediate danger of suffering relegation from the English top flight this term but they still have to look over their shoulders especially with their questionable form in the past few games. As things stand, Wolves are nine points better than Fulham in the final relegation spot on the league standings having played a game more than the Cottagers. Wolverhampton Wanderers are on 35 points after 29 games in the league this term, while Fulham are on 26 points after 30 games in the league this season. Wolverhampton Wanderers were impressive on their return to the Premier League two seasons ago as they comfortably finished in the first half of the table at the end of that Premier League campaign. In their second season back in the top flight last term, Wolverhampton Wanderers finished in seventh position at the end of the season. The midlands club has not been able to replicate the form of the last two seasons in this Premier League campaign. Nuno Espirito Santo took Wolves from the English Championship to the Premier League and he has been the Wolverhampton Wanderers manager for the duration of the last three seasons in the English top flight. He has seen his team lose quality due to the departure of both Matt Doherty and Diogo Jota to Tottenham Hotspur and Liverpool respectively last summer. Wolves have also not been without star striker Raul Jimenez who's recuperating from the serious head injury sustained in the league win at the home of Arsenal in December.
Wolves are without a win in their last four games in the league ahead of the home match with West Ham United when league football resumes next month. To ensure they are safe from relegation, Wolverhampton Wanderers need at least five more wins as things stand on the log.