Wolves are already planning for the summer, with Jackett analysing where he needs to make additions to his current squad.
The 54-year-old has suggested that he will look to bring in more cover in defence, but he has hinted that he is happy with his midfield options - especially as Lee Evans is set to return from loan.
"We’re quite settled at the back, but would like more competition.
"In terms of our midfield, watching Jack Price and George Saville develop, Conor Coady’s been good, Lee Evans is out on loan and will come good, , and we have David Edwards who’s a very reliable pro.
"There are strengths at the club.”
Evans has spent most of this season with Bradford City, and he should return to Molineux a stronger player for the experience in League One.
The central midfielder has played regularly for the Bantams, and he has largely impressed.
Wolves’ transfer budget for the summer is still unknown, with the club up for sale.
Jackett has admitted that he does not know if he will be back with funds, but the need for the Midlands club to bring in more quality has been obvious.
Wolves have struggled to move out of mid-table this season, and if they are aiming to challenge for promotion then Jackett will need to add more strength in depth to his side for next term.