Wolves supporters can relive both recent and historic success stories with the latest two books released about the men in gold and black.
Relive last season’s memorable promotion to the Premier League with ‘Nuno Had A Dream’ - Dave Harrison’s new book looking back on 2017/18.
The local journalist and Wolves supporter lovingly recalls Wolves’ exploits alongside stunning photography from behind the scenes at Molineux and across the country.
‘Nuno Had A Dream’ describes and analyses the emotional journey to the Premier League travelled by the team and its faithful fans - a powerful force hailed by Nuno as, 'The Pack'. For each copy sold, a donation will be made to Cure Leukaemia.
Also, Wolves’ second highest appearance maker Kenny Hibbitt's new autobiography ‘Seasons of my life’ is also available in-store and online.
The 300 pages chronicle his tough upbringing in Bradford through to the highs and lows of his 16 years at Wolves, during which he played a prominent role in one of the most fondly remembered and successful teams in the club's history.
Lifting the lid on his five decades in the game, Kenny recalls the highs of playing in Europe and winning cups to the despair of bankruptcy at Molineux, and how close he was to rejoining his beloved Wolves as part of the management team.
Co-written by Tim Nash, the book, which also features over 60 photographs, many of which have not been published before, is priced at £20.
Both books are available at the Molineux Megastore or online here.