THESE ARE good times for Wolves, arguably the best they’ve seen at Molineux for almost half a century. True, their recent resurgence has not yet been gilded with a trophy, but this season they have moved to within striking distance of a top four Champions League place and they are taking the UEFA Europa League very seriously. In an era where finance is linked to on-pitch success more than ever before, Wolves, on first glance, appear to be moving in the right direction on both counts. Only Manchester United made a bigger profit among the Premier League clubs who have reported for 2018-19, but the club’s figures reveal a big dependence on owner input. Wolves have not been masters of organic growth, they have…