Championship-winning flying winger Michael Kightly will delve into his six-year spell at Molineux when he appears on the latest episode of the Old Gold Club on Wednesday evening.
Kightly, who made more than 125 appearances in gold and black, is the tenth ex-Wolves star to appear on the second series of the club’s official podcast as he chats to podcast hosts Mikey Burrows and ex-Wolves striker Chris Iwelumo.
The 33-year-old, who initially joined the club on loan at the end of 2006 from non-league outfit Grays Athletic before signing permanently on New Year’s Day 2007, helped Wolves into the Premier League as he starred in the Championship title-winning 2008/09 season.
On the 30-minute video show, Kightly speaks about going from non-league to Premier League in two years, earning England under-21 appearances due to his Wolves form, his injury plagued later years at the club and crying when he found out his Wolves career was over.
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.