Cure Leukaemia Chief Executive James McLaughlin has written an open letter thanking Wolves fans for their fundraising efforts for the charity, which has now seen over £100,000 raised to show support for Carl Ikeme.
The Wolves keeper was diagnosed with acute leukaemia back in July, and fans and club staff have rallied round to support the Birmingham-based charity, with all funds going towards their work, including expanding the Centre for Clinical Haematology at the Queen Elizabeth Hospital.
Many supporters have carried out fundraising initiatives, as well as individual giving, and Wolves Vice-President Robert Plant has recently made a substantial donation to the cause.
Click here to view the letter from James McLaughlin and here if you would still like to make a donation to the charity. Further activities in support of Cure Leukaemia are planned over the coming months.