How do you even assess that?
In an already hapless season, Wolves managed to reach a new low.
Forger about the capitulations at Anfield, the London Stadium and in the Black Country Derby – this was the worst of them all.
Burnley are a better side than most give them credit for, and will always make for tough opposition.
But Nuno’s clueless charges made them look like champions-in-waiting today, with the visitors enjoying the freedom of Molineux as they sauntered to an unassailable lead.
One thing is for sure, no amount of injuries can excuse a performance this porous.
Wolves were rotten from beginning to last, completely lacking in application, invention or passion.
It was the epitome of an ‘on the beach’ performance from a team that has performed as if in flip-flops for much of the season.
If Nuno is going to be the man to lead us into next term (and, rightly or wrongly, I believe he should be) then he needs to get tough with this team.
Sure, they have given him two stellar seasons. But they have barely turned up this campaign, with far too many treading water for my liking.
It’s churlish to single any one player out for criticism when they were as collectively bad as they were today, but there are a great many who will be lucky to make it to next season on today’s evidence.
Quite simply, it just wasn’t good enough and you can only hope that they buck their ideas up before we resume hostilities with the Albion next weekend.