Thousands of Wolves fans have lined the city streets today to celebrate the club's success.Read the full story ›
Details of a promotion party have been announced to celebrate Wolves' return to the Premier League.Read the full story ›
Wolves' hopes of making it to the quarter finals of the Carabao Cup were dashed after they lost to Manchester City on penalties.Read the full story ›
The club says he will now start a course of chemotherapy in his battle against the disease.Read the full story ›
Newly appointed Wolves coach Nuno Esperito Santo will be giving his first press conference this morning (June 1).
He takes over from Paul Lambert, who left the club on Tuesday (June 30) after just six months in charge.
Nuno Esperito Santo guided Porto to a second placed finish last season, and the last 16 of the Champions League.
Prior to that, the 43-year-old spent 18 months at Valencia where he guided them to a fourth placed finish.
There are two potential locations with the unveiling ceremony due to take place at some point during the summer.Read the full story ›
The new Head Coach of Wolves Paul Lambert says he will do everything he can to make the club a success. The former Aston Villa manager was appointed at the weekend on a 12-month rolling contract. James Clark reports from Molineux.
Richard Stearman has re-joined Wolverhampton Wanderers on a season-long loan from Fulham.
The 29-year-old makes his Molineux return less than a year after he left Wolves to join the Cottagers in September 2015.
The defender was part of the 08/09 side that won the Championship, scoring on the final day of the season against Doncaster Rovers before Wolves lifted the league trophy.
He then helped the Club to maintain Premier League football over the next three years.
Manchester United defender Cameron Borthwick-Jackson has signed for Wolves on a season-long loan.
The left-back featured under Louis van Gaal last season, but it has been deemed by new manager Jose Mourinho that he needs to play games elsewhere for experience.
West Midlands Police have made six arrests at the end of the Wolverhampton Wanderers and Birmingham City derby this afternoon.
Police have said there was a 'small disorder' as fans were leaving the stadium around the Stafford Street area. This was quickly contained, an investigation launched and arrests were made.
The actions of a few should not mar today’s local derby. The majority of the day passed peacefully and successfully.
However, action will always be taken against those few who don’t follow the law. Our officers were quick to respond and dispel those intent on confrontation.
An investigation is now underway. If there were people who saw something that could help our investigation or who have mobile phone footage of the disorder then they should contact the football unit on 101 at the earliest opportunity.
No further details of the arrests are available at this point.