Long-serving Wolves coach Terry Connor will be the latest guest to be inducted into the Old Gold Club.
Connor will discuss his 13-year career at Molineux when he joins Mikey Burrows and Chris Iwelumo as the fourth guest on the club’s new podcast.
Supporters will be able to hear from the former striker during a 30-minute Facebook and YouTube video before an extended podcast is released on iTunes and Spotify.
Joining Carl Ikeme, Tony Daley and Kenny Hibbitt as inductees into the Old Gold Club – sponsored by Wolverhampton Building Supplies – Connor is fondly remembered at Wolves for coaching across a variety of age ranges.
The 55-year-old joined the club as part of the coaching staff in August 1999, initially serving as an Academy coach, before moving on to reserve and first team level.
After four years of being assistant manager under Mick McCarthy, including three seasons in the Premier League, Connor had a 13-game spell as Wolves manager at the end of the 2011/12 season.
In 2012 he linked up with McCarthy once again as his assistant manager at Ipswich Town during a six-year period at Portman Road.
The first three episodes of the podcast with Ikeme, Daley and Hibbitt are also available to listen back to by clicking here.