Andy Thompson signed for Wolves 30 years ago and went on to make 451 appearances in an 11-year stay at Molineux.
He also notched 45 goals and cemented his status as the undoubted penalty king of his Wolves era.
Born in Featherstone, Thompson joined Wolves from West Bromwich Albion along with a previous Hall of Fame inductee and club Vice-President, Steve Bull.
He epitomised versatility, playing in a variety of positions for Wolves, but most commonly as a full-back.
He was part of the Wolves revival of the late 1980s which saw the club bounce back from near extinction to win successive Fourth and Third Division championships, and the Sherpa Van Trophy at Wembley in 1988.
Thompson is now a PE teacher as well as continuing to be closely associated with Wolves as a radio summariser.