They were among the favourites to achieve promotion in 2018 having spent heavily, including signing Porto's Ruben Neves for £15.8 million.
However, Wolves' big spending has provoked complaints for other sides in the league. Wolves have swept all before them and as well as winning the title they will now aim to reach 100 points.
Rival Championship clubs were unhappy about the relationship, with Leeds United chairman Andrea Radrizzani saying Wolves' transfer policy was "not legal and fair". The win moved Wolves on to 92 points from 42 games, 11 clear of Fulham.
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A expected win over relegation-threatened local rivals Birmingham City will guarantee a return to the Premier League next season for runaway Championship leaders Wolverhampton Wanderers.
They now have 92 points with 28 victories and eight draws, with 76 goals scored.
As things stand, Cardiff City sit in the second automatic promotion spot, while Fulham, Aston Villa, Middlesbrough and Millwall occupy the play-off spots.