Steve Bull MBE being named a vice president of Wolves in July 2006 continued the incredible legacy he holds at the football club.
On 14th November 1986 Bull joined Wolves from arch-rivals West Bromwich Albion for £65,000, alongside Andy Thompson, and so a legacy began.
What followed over the next 13 years was 561 appearances in old gold and a smashed goal scoring record, after he bagged 306 times to cruise past John Richards to the top of the record chart.
Despite competing in the Football League, Bull earned international recognition in the form of 13 England caps and represented his country at the 1990 World Cup.
To this day, Bull is heavily involved at Wolves through his role as an ambassador, and is a regular in the stands at Molineux on a matchday.