Play-off final winner Butler joins the OGC

Fondly remembered for lifting the 2003 Division One Play-off Final trophy at the Millennium Stadium, Paul Butler will reveal all about his time at Molineux on the latest episode of the Old Gold Club.

The former Wolves captain, who made more than 140 appearances during four years in gold and black, is the fifth player to feature in the second series of the club’s hit official podcast as he speaks to regular podcast hosts Mikey Burrows and ex-Molineux striker Chris Iwelumo.

On the 30-minute video show, Butler speaks in-depth on a several topics surrounding his time at Wolves, including his relationship with Dave Jones, being made captain and falling away from contention with the Premier League in sight.

The defender also lifts the lid on the influence of Paul Ince and Denis Irwin on the dressing room, claiming the play-off final trophy and the players Wolves missed out on signing when they club finally reached the top-flight.

The episode will be aired on Thursday at 6pm, with a 30-minute Facebook and YouTube show, while an extended chat will go live on iTunes here.

Before the Butler episode goes live on all the usual podcast providers, supporters can listen to every previous episode on iTunes by clicking here or Spotify here.

The 2019/20 Old Gold Club series will be powered by Blyth Group, an industry-leading construction company driving investment and infrastructure across the UK, who are now on board for the show’s new series.

Blyth is currently recruiting for multi-skilled and single trades for both the insurance repair and construction sectors, as well as smaller ltd companies to strengthen their supply chain. For more information, click here.