Diogo Jota takes centre stage in the official matchday programme as Wolves welcome Arsenal to Molineux on Wednesday evening.
The forward has been in terrific form since the turn of the year, forming a fine partnership with Raul Jimenez, in what is his debut Premier League campaign.
He’s painted brilliantly alongside Arsenal’s Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang by Louise Cobbold for the cover which creates a fantastic front to the penultimate edition this season.
Inside, Jota discusses his flourishing partnership with Jimenez, improving in the Premier League, the training ground’s latest feature and how he fills his spare time.
Jota’s interview is one of many exciting features inside Wednesday’s programme, as we also hear from the likes of Rui Patricio and Ruben Vinagre.
Other content inside includes:
- Nuno, Conor, Laurie and Kevin provide on update on goings on at Molineux and look ahead to a big week for the first-team and under-23s.
- Nine pages on Wednesday’s visitors, Arsenal, including the thoughts of James Benge of football.london on their top four and Europa League hopes.
- Mick McCarthy provides the Old Gold Club, while James Henry handwrites his Wolves memories for In Focus.
- Hot Topics brings together Patricio, Cameron John and Anna Price to discuss the PFA Player of the Year and VAR amongst other talking points.
- The Academy section is full of content from Rob Edwards and Scott Sellars, but also shares the stories of Dave Morrison and Mel Eves.
- Foz’s Favourites and the retro programme come from an FA Cup third placed play-off with the Gunners from 1972, before the format was changed.
- Ruben Vinagre tackles Life Before Wolves, discussing his time with Monaco and Sporting CP, which set him up for life in the Premier League.
- Wolves Women and Wolves Foundation provide an update in the latter stages of the programme, before a comprehensive look at recent games.
- Arsenal legend and BBC Match of the Day pundit, Ian Wright is the Last Word, giving his thoughts on the game and Wolves’ progress in the top flight.
All this and much more is available inside the £3.50 programme, available from around Molineux pre-match.
Previous editions of the programme are available online here.