We might have lost against Portsmouth but who cares?
We're still celebrating an amazing season and it's time to hand out some end-of-season awards to unofficially recognise the players that have given their all for the cause this season.
So imagine a glitzy ceremony at Molineux with a gold and black carpet leading nominees from their cars to the gates.
Inside they all congregate and watch in antcipitaion as celebrities (Don Goodman, Suzi Perry, Denise Lewis, Jamelia, Robert Plant) take to the stage and read out pathetic lines from an autocue.
Then finally, broadcast live to the nation, we all learn who will be taking home a Bully - think of an Oscar but with a little old gold statuette of Steve Bull instead.
And the award for Player of the Season goes to . . .
The Steve Bull award for Player of the Season
Winner: Jody Craddock
Nominees: Craddock, Henry, Jarvis, Doyle
Doyle's work-rate, goals and noubless class made this a close run competition. Henry led by example all season and improved his game by adding composure on the ball while Jarvis developed in to a very effective winger towards the end of the season. But Craddock was a warrior - leading the defence, scoring goals and rarely being outmuscled or out-thought by some of the most dangerous attackers in football. He played almost every game and if you check out any statistics - either official or just the Fantasy Football rankings in your local paper - you will see that we had someone in our back line who was right up there with Terry, Dawson, Hangelaand, Vermaelen and Dunne in terms of effectiveness.
The Robbie Keane award for Newcomer of the Season
Winner: Kevin Doyle
Nominees: Doyle, Hanneman, Zubar, Milijas
Zubar took a little bit of time to settle in but turned in to a valuable defender and scored a few timely goals. Hanneman brought some much-needed experience between the sticks and never let us down. But Doyle has played half the season as a lone striker and never looked anything but absolute quality. He can play up front on his own because he gets through the work of two men. Worth every penny of the £6.5 million transfer fee.
The George Ndah award for Goal of the Season
Winner: Nenad Milijas v Bolton
Nominees: Milijas v Bolton, Doyle v Spurs, Zubar v West Ham, Jarvis v West Ham
When you score as few goals as Wolves did this season, every one is priceless. But when Nenad curled that one from outside the box it was beautiful.
The Sir Jack Hayward award for Quote of the Season
Winner: Mick McCarthy
Nominees: McCarthy, McCarthy, McCarthy, McCarrthy
A quote from any of Mick's press conferences could have won this award so he's got the nominations all to himself. This one was pretty special though: "Opinions are like arseholes - we've all got them but it doesn't mean they should be heard in public."
The Bob Taylor award for Bogeyman of the Season
Winner: Kevin Phillips
Nominees: Phillips, Essien, Tevez
Thankfully, not many players have really caused us massive problems on their own this season. Essien did it when we got mauled by Chelsea and Tevez was too hot to handle at City. Phillips wins the award though because of that late winner at Birmingham, plus the fact that he used to play for the Tescos.
The Thomas Frankowski award for Biggest Disappointment of the Season
Winner: Michael Kightley
Nominees: Kightley, Ebanks-Blake, Hof, Halford
Halford brought the long throw and not much else while Hof arrived as a player with European pedigree but couldn'f force his way in to the team. Ebanks-Blake was a goal machine in the Championship but only scored once from open play this season. Kightley wins though because we hoped he could be one of the real stars this year. With his season ravaged by injury, we have had to rely on defenders to play on the right wing. Thankfully, Kevin Foley was up to the task. However, this award goes out with a supplementary note. First, Sylvain might not have scored many but his play was often excellent expecially at the back end of 2009. A bit more luck and he might be finishing the season with five or six goals - not great but something to build on next season. As for Kightley, if he gets fit for next season he could still be one of our most potent weapons and will be like a brand new signing.