Wolves legend Dave Wagstaffe, who sadly passed away this week, features on the cover of the matchday magazine for the first home game of the season against Gillingham on Saturday.
There is a five page feature on Waggy inside, including tributes from his former team-mates and Wolves supporters.
The main player feature in tomorrow – fresh from signing a new two-year contract this week – is Wolves new number nine Leigh Griffiths.
Griffiths talks about how quickly he has settled back into life in the Midlands, and also reveals which former Wolves and Scotland striker he has studied closely as he makes his own international breakthrough.
The new 20 Questions feature kicks off with Carl Ikeme, who reveals which team-mate’s gear is so bad he now turns up for work in his training kit and who makes him fall asleep.
There’s a ‘Where Are They Now’ feature catching up with former Molineux midfielder Dale Rudge, as well as the first quiz battle of the new campaign between Kevin Foley and Lee Evans.
There are columns from Kenny Jackett, Jez Moxey, Steve Weaver, Mick Halsall and the first in a regular series from newly appointed club captain Samuel Ricketts.
Not to mention all the latest from the different departments at Wolves including the Community Trust, Commercial, Ticketing, Young Wolves and the Fanzone section.
A new Diamond Geezers section takes readers on a match-by-match journey through Wolves’ first title winning season of 1953/54, and there is also a six page lowdown on visitors Gillingham.
Retailing at £3, the matchday magazine will be available from in and around Molineux tomorrow.