After a slow start to the season, Wolves have started to find form.
They are set for a favourable run of opponents that could turn the heads of FPL managers.
According to the FDR, five of their next eight matches score just two.
|9||SOU (H)||2||13||BOU (A)||3|
|10||NEW (A)||2||14||SHU (H)||2|
|11||ARS (A)||4||15||WHU (H)||3|
|12||AVL (H)||2||16||BHA (A)||2|
Here are three Wolves players for FPL managers to target.
The centre-back has provided three clean sheets and an assist in seven Gameweek appearances.
Boly’s defensive contribution is a key factor and has earned him additional points on every occasion Wolves have achieved a shutout.
Indeed, no defender has bettered his seven bonus points this season.
His winner in Wolves’ recent UEFA Europa League match at Besiktas was also a reminder of the attacking potential that helped the Frenchman score four Premier League goals last season.
His two goals against Man City have made a big impact on FPL managers' plans during the international break.
Traore is the fourth-most bought midfielder for Gameweek 9, transferred in by over 59,000.
He has started each of the last five Gameweeks and appears to have secured a role as a regular under Nuno Espirito Santo.
Traore’s total of five shots from Gameweek 4 is the third highest for Wolves, while his tally of eight chances created is the second highest.
The Mexican set up both of Traore’s goals at the Etihad Stadium to earn a season-high haul of 10 FPL points.
Jimenez has two goals and two assists over the first eight Gameweeks, and his all-round potential is further shown by the underlying statistics.
His 16 shots inside the penalty area are more than double any team-mate.
And his total of 11 chances created is second only to the 14 of Gerard Deulofeu (£6.1m) among FPL forwards.
Owned by just 8.7 per cent, Jimenez could be a standout differential for managers looking to freshen up their forward lines.