Wolves boss Bruno Lage has urged fans not to look back.
Former manager Nuno Espirito Santo was popular among the squad and fans after four successful years at Molineux, but departed at the end of a disappointing 2020/21 season.
A new dawn has arrived in Lage and the head coach wants his players to concentrate on what he is trying to build.
Lage said: "We cannot live from the past. I was here when they started this cycle of four years, because I was at Sheffield Wednesday, and I could see what the previous staff and players did for the club.
"From the Championship, winning the league, and to the Europa League. Brilliant.
"Now, we need to understand one thing. No-one lives in the past or the future. Whether you were a good player or will be a good player is not important – it is day by day.
"We continue with the big ambition to bring success to the club.
"After four years now I need to see, in the eyes of the players, the ambition and motivation to keep going.
"Football is about that, work to bring success to the club and the fans."
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