In his own words: Bully's greatest Wolves goal

The greatest goalscorer in Wolves history has more than 300 to choose from when coming to select his favourite strike in gold and black.

After joining the club from Black Country rivals West Bromwich Albion in 1986, Steve 'the Tipton Terrier' Bull went on to break record after record during his Molineux career, but when thinking about his best goal, one against Bolton Wanderers in the 1988/89 Third Division stands out from the crowd.

Bully's memories of his greatest ever Wolves goal:

Choosing the most iconic of my 306 goals for Wolves is an almost impossible task, as there are several which mean so much to me for different reasons.

However, this goal is the one that always springs to my mind because it was the best I ever scored with my left foot. It was a 25-yarder which flew into the top corner and I was surprised as anyone when it went in – as I never use my left foot, I just swing it! My left foot is my standing leg and if you take that away, I fall over.

But the gaffer at the time, Graham Turner, kept saying to me that if I ever find the ball on my left, just swing my boot at it, so that’s what I did.

I remember the ball being launched forwards and then it was flicked on to me. I had my back to goal and was able to control the ball with two touches before swinging my left foot at it on the turn.

When it hit the back of the net I was amazed, especially with the way it flew off my foot and went straight into the top corner – it was unbelievable.

I was so shocked to see it go in, but still celebrated the same way – running off to the supporters in the John Ireland Stand, as it was then. But the most special thing about that goal for me was that it gave me more confidence in using my left foot and I went on to score a good few more with it after that.