Wednesday's goal of the day celebrates a player who many say was the greatest to ever pull on the gold and black shirt who made the life-changing decision to cut his own career short.
Peter Knowles had the football world at his feet in the 1960s. A skilful player who had every trick in the book, Knowles scored 64 goals in just over 190 appearances in gold and black as he became one of the most loved players among those supporters standing on the Molineux terraces.
However, in September 1969, the forward made the life-changing decision to give up his football career at the tender age of 24 after becoming a Jehovah's Witness.
In honour of Knowles, today's goal of the day focuses on a neat header he scored during an unbelievable match at Fratton Park. Wolves travelled to Portsmouth and found themselves 2-0 down at half-time, but thanks to a stunning second-half performance, the visitors brought it back to win 3-2.
But can you name the starting 11, including Knowles, which appeared for Wolves in that game against Pompey on 25th February 1972? Take the latest Wolves Trivia quiz and let us know how you got on #WolvesTrivia.