Miranda has completed a move from Wolves to Greek giants Olympiakos for the 2018-19 campaign.
The 27-year-old colossus only managed 17 Championship appearances last season as Nuno Espirito Santo guided the Midlands club back into the Premier League as champions of the second division.
He started the campaign as first choice, being named in the starting eleven for the first 14 league games consecutively. But he only managed three league outings from November onwards.
He posted on Instagram after the move was confirmed - just a year after joining the club from Rio Ave for £2.5million (Express & Star) - thanking Wolves fans for their support and predicting Wolves to have a strong 2018-19 campaign.
First of all, i wanna thank @wolves for the unforgettable season that we past, and we won. Was a hell of a season, and i have no doubts that this season will be amazing as well! Once we’re a wolf, we never cease to be a wolf! Wolves Ay We ⚫️ Thanks to the @olympiacosfc for the chance to come to the biggest club of Greece. Excited to help the team to achieve their goals, and in the end of the season we can all celebrate as champions ⚪️
Wolves have completed a permanent move for Willy Boly, while also boasting centre-backs Danny Batth, Ryan Bennett and Conor Coady. Indeed, Santo has the money and the backing to sign a new defender if required.
Miranda has a contract at Wolves until the summer of 2021 and it remains to be seen if he will indeed see that out until the end, but he will now spend the second year of that deal in Greece.