A retired accountant has spent more than 500 hours making a scale model of the Molineux stadium from materials such as matchsticks.
Chris Jepson, a life-long Wolverhampton Wanderers fan from Kidderminster, began creating the model of the old ground in October 2016 and managed to finish it in time for their promotion to the Premier League last weekend.
The 71-year-old hopes to display the model at the club's official museum before auctioning it off for a prostate cancer charity.
Mr Jepson said it had always been on his bucket list to once again build the old stadium - which he finally completed using matchsticks, coffee stirrers, rabbit hutch wire and other everyday items.
Despite his work being labelled the "Matchstick Molineux", he has said there is more to the model than that.
Mr Jepson said he was motivated to build the model after having prostate cancer and wanted to "give something back."
The club have expressed an interest in the model being shown in the museum.