Strikers from past and present Wolves, supporters can hear from Raul Jimenez and Robbie Keane inside the official matchday programme for the visit of Tottenham Hotspur.
Mexican Jimenez is currently leading the line for Wolves and discusses settling into England, as well as his desire to regain his scoring form at Molineux on Saturday.
Meanwhile, Keane progressed through the Wolves Academy during the ‘90s and went on to enjoy a fine Premier League career, predominantly with Saturday’s visitors, Spurs.
They feature in a programme fronted by more brilliant artwork by Louise Cobbold, who has produced Jimenez and Harry Kane paintings, along with a poppy to mark Armistice Day.
Supporters can also enjoy a recreation of the 1972 UEFA Cup Final programme from Molineux, when Wolves faced Tottenham in the first leg.
The latest nine stickers are available inside the programme, including of Diogo Jota and Mick McCarthy.
Also speaking inside is Ryan Bennett on his life before Wolves with the likes of Grimsby Town and Norwich City, while Romain Saiss features in the latest Hot Topics.
Other features inside include:
- Hear from Nuno, Laurie, Kevin and Conor, who have some poignant words after a difficult week for the football family.
- Nine pages on Tottenham including the away perspective from Jack Rosser of the London Evening Standard.
- A tribute to the Wolverhampton men and women lost during the First World War, who will be remembered at Molineux pre-match.
- The words of the late John Hendley are also included – looking back on that famous UEFA Cup Final.
- The Academy section is full of features, including Keane, Jess Fay and Rob Edwards, discussing last week’s fine win over Man United.
- There’s a look ahead to the facilities travelling Wolves supporters can expect at the Emirates Stadium next weekend.
- The last word comes from journalist Dave Harrison, who speaks of the changes to his industry over time.
- Finally, there’s the usual Young Wolves pull-out, full of games and quizzes, and a Willy Boly poster.
All this and much more is available in the official matchday programme, on sale for £3.50 around Molineux pre-match.
Back editions are also available to purchase online here.