Matt Doherty will mark his 300th appearance for Wolves if he plays against Chelsea this weekend, and he celebrated this by recording yet another assist in Monday evening's win.
The Irish wing-back got on the end of a sublime Joao Moutinho pass to direct the ball onto the head of Daniel Podence for the Portuguese winger to score his first in gold and black.
By setting up the goal, Doherty has now been directly involved in 27 goals in all competitions since Wolves were promoted into the Premier League two seasons ago, with the 28-year-old scoring 15 goals and creating 12 assists, more than any other defender in the top-flight, with the exception of Liverpool's Trent Alexander-Arnold.
In honour of Wolves' longest serving player, we're testing your knowledge on the 19 teams those 27 goals and assists have come against. Take the latest Wolves Trivia quiz and let us know how you got on #WolvesTrivia