We find out how the likes of Kevin McDonald, Nathan Byrne and Bjorn Siguardarson are getting on in their post-Wolverhampton Wanderers careers.
As the season draws to a close, we catch up with the players who left Wolverhampton Wanderers this season:
McDonald could be playing Premier League football next season with Fulham.
The midfielder has been a regular starter for Slaviša Jokanović's side, only missing three games in October through suspension. McDonald, 28, continues to impress for the attacking-minded Cottagers, adding three goals and four assists to his team’s efforts.
Rajiv van La Parra
McDonald could be set for a play-off showdown with former Wolves teammate van La Parra.
The Huddersfield Town man has recaptured some of his best form under David Wagner this season, featuring 39 times. Van La Parra is a firm favourite among Terriers supporters and scored winners against Wolves and Brentford earlier in the campaign.
Byrne’s Wigan Athletic will be playing League One football next season.
The fullback failed to win a regular spot in the Latics’ starting line-up before joining Charlton Athletic on-loan in January. After getting sent-off in his third game for the club, Byrne returned to the side and has played in all but one game since then. He set up Jake Forster-Caskey’s winner against Southend United earlier this month.
The former Wolves youth prospect faces a tense final day of the League One campaign, as his Bury side fight against relegation. After making a flying start to the season – netting three and setting up two – Ismail has been absent since October with a groin issue.
Rowe has enjoyed better fortune with Doncaster Rovers.
The versatile midfielder is a crucial clog in Darren Ferguson’s promotion-winning side, having started in every league game this season. He has gained plaudits as one of the best players in League Two after contributing 13 goals and 14 assists to Donny’s cause.
Wolves academy graduate McAlinden has been utilised as an impact sub by Exeter City boss Paul Tisdale. The forward bagged one of his four goals for the season in their recent 3-1 victory over Morecombe.
The right-midfielder returned to French football with third tier side LB Chateauroux in August. Boukari is another ex-Wolves man to be celebrating promotion, adding six goals in 21 appearances to help Chateauroux to a 3rd place finish.
Sigurdarson’s ill-fated Wolves spell came to an end in July. The forward’s season in Norwegian football with Molde started earlier this month. He set up the winner on the opening day against Kristiansund before grabbing his first goal for the club versus Valerenga a fortnight ago.
Goalkeeper McCarey spent his season as back-up choice for Scottish Premiership outfit Ross County. He has been involved on three occasions in the league, conceding five goals in the process.
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