Wolverhampton Wanderers fans will be hoping for a much improved season under the guidance of Nuno.
Wolves boss Nuno Espírito Santo has a lot of work to do this summer, if he is to build a squad capable of making a genuine push for promotion to the Premier League this season.
The Portuguese is thought to be keen on strengthening his forward options at Molineux, although it is highly doubtful that he will be given an extensive transfer budget with which to spend.
With this in mind, the former Valencia and Porto boss will have to be smart in his player recruitment, and he could be best served in making an assault on the free transfer market.
Here are three exciting strikers who will be available as free agents this summer for Wolves to consider...
The 30-year-old's deal with Frosinone is due to expire this summer, and he would be a useful addition to the Wolves squad.
He can play anywhere along the front-line, and possesses excellent technical ability. He would provide Nuno with the option of being able to play two up front, whilst also adding much needed experience to the Black Country outfit's squad.
The 31-year-old Brazilian is currently plying his trade in Qatar with Al-Arabi, but will be available as a free agent on July 1st.
He boasts an impressive career record of 111 goals in 213 league appearances for a selection of different clubs, and is renowned for his clinical finishing ability - something that Wolves really lacked last season.
Wolves fans want to see more quality added to the squad this summer
The 28-year-old Cameroonian is another striker available for nothing this summer, and the pacey forward would be a useful addition to Nuno's options.
He is extremely quick off the mark, and competent when playing with his back to goal, what with his powerful frame.
Whilst all three strikers would represent a gamble in the sense that they are all unknown quantities, the fact they they are available on free transfers limits that risk rather substantially.
And who knows, it might just be a risk that pays huge dividends come what May.
Wolves boss Nuno Espirito Santo