Goal Aces

Welcome to the new area we promised you on www.wolvesheroes.com for 2014. Nowhere else, we believe, is there such a concise and easy-to-follow list of the men who have netted more Wolverhampton Wanderers goals than any others down the decades. Here, we name the top 55 scorers in the club’s history (all those who have reached the 40 mark), complete with the games in which they notched for the first and last times, the number of hat-tricks they thrilled supporters with and what we regard as having been their most special day in gold and black. So, if ever you wonder where Andy Mutch or Hugh Curran, for example, stand among Wolves’ all-time top marksmen, or what we see as having been Jimmy Murray’s best Wanderers day, you now have the information close to your fingertips. Goals include only those scored for the club in League and cup matches and not those contributed in wartime competition.

Steve Bull

1. Steve Bull

Wolves goals: 306

Breakdown: 250 League, 7 FA Cup, 18 League Cup, 26 Sherpa Van Trophy/Freight Rover Trophy, 2 play-offs, 2 Anglo Italian Cup, 1 Zenith Data Systems Cup/Simod Cup

First Wolves goal: Versus Cardiff away, Freight Rover Trophy, on December 2,
1986

Last Wolves goal: Versus Bury home, League, on September 26, 1998

Wolves hat-tricks: 18 (versus Hartlepool, Cheltenham, Brentford, Exeter, Darlington, Preston, Port Vale, Mansfield, Bristol City 2, Fulham, Bury, Newcastle, Leicester, Oxford, Derby, Grimsby, Barnet)

His ultimate golden day: Hitting all four goals (and all in the second half) in the victory at Newcastle on the first day of the 1990s

John Richards

2. John Richards

Wolves goals: 194

Breakdown: 144 League, 24 FA Cup, 18 League Cup, 4 UEFA Cup, 1 Anglo Italian Cup, 3 Texaco Cup

First Wolves goal: Versus Fiorentina away, Anglo Italian Cup, on May 16, 1970

Last Wolves goal: Versus West Ham home, League, on May 15, 1982

Wolves hat-tricks: 6 (versus Stoke, Everton, Charlton, Newcastle, Orient, Leicester)

His ultimate golden day: Rifling in the late winner in the 1974 League Cup final just before he was due to be taken off because of injury

Billy Hartill

3. Billy Hartill

Wolves goals: 170

Breakdown: 162 League, 8 FA Cup

First Wolves goal: Versus Chelsea away, League, on March 16, 1929

Last Wolves goal: Versus Stoke home, League, on April 27, 1935

Wolves hat-tricks: 15 (versus Preston, Notts County, Bradford City, Stoke, Bury, Bristol City 2, Millwall, Southampton, Oldham, Blackburn, Derby, Huddersfield, Aston Villa, Tottenham)

His ultimate golden day: Completing his fourth hat-trick of the season, at home to Oldham, near the end of his home-town club’s 1931-32 title-winning Division Two campaign

Johnny Hancocks

4. Johnny Hancocks

Wolves goals: 167

Breakdown: 157 League, 8 FA Cup, 2 Charity Shield

First Wolves goal: Versus Huddersfield home, League, on October 12, 1946

Last Wolves goal: Versus Luton home, League, on March 17, 1956

Wolves hat-tricks: 5 (versus Albion, Chelsea, Huddersfield, Arsenal, Cardiff)

His ultimate golden day: Slamming in a hat-trick against Chelsea on his way to a 24-goal haul in 1953-54, Wolves’ first title triumph

Jimmy Murray

5. Jimmy Murray

Wolves goals: 166

Breakdown: 155 League, 7 FA Cup, 2 European Cup, 2 Charity Shield

First Wolves goal: Versus Everton home, League, on November 26, 1955

Last Wolves goal: Versus Arsenal away, League, on August 24, 1963

Wolves hat-tricks: 5 (versus Manchester City, Darlington, Birmingham, Nottingham Forest, Chelsea)

His ultimate golden day: Netting four times in the victory at home to his future employers Manchester City on the first day of 1956-57

Peter Broadbent

6. Peter Broadbent

Wolves goals: 145

Breakdown: 127 League, 10 FA Cup, 4 European Cup, 3 European Cup Winners Cup, 1 Charity Shield

First Wolves goal: Versus Albion away, League, on April 21, 1951

Last Wolves goal: Versus Leicester home, League, on February 22, 1964

Wolves hat-tricks: 1 (versus Portsmouth)

His ultimate golden day: Hitting his only Wolves hat-trick – at Portsmouth in 1958-59, the day before the champions hit the same opponents for seven

Harry Wood

7. Harry Wood

Wolves goals: 126

Breakdown: 110 League, 16 FA Cup

First Wolves goal: Versus Derby St Luke’s home, League, on October 31, 1885

Last Wolves goal: Versus Aston Villa away, League, on April 11, 1898

Wolves hat-tricks: 2 (versus Derby, Aston Villa)

His ultimate golden day: Having a house named after him in Wanderers Avenue after starring in Wolves’ 1893 FA Cup final win over Everton

Dennis Westcott

8. Dennis Westcott

Wolves goals: 124

Breakdown: 105 League, 19 FA Cup

First Wolves goal: Versus Grimsby home, FA Cup, on February 24, 1937

Last Wolves goal: Versus Everton home, League, on February 21, 1948

Wolves hat-tricks: 9 (versus Swansea, Leicester, Chelsea, Grimsby 2, Brentford, Liverpool, Bolton, Middlesbrough)

His ultimate golden day: Scoring four in the FA Cup semi-final victory against Grimsby in 1938-39 as part of what was then a club record season’s haul of 43

Derek Dougan

9. Derek Dougan

Wolves goals: 123

Breakdown: 95 League, 4 FA Cup, 7 League Cup, 12 UEFA Cup, 2 Anglo Italian Cup, 3 Texaco Cup

First Wolves goal: Versus Hull home, League, on March 25, 1967

Last Wolves goal: Versus Middlesbrough away, League, on October 5, 1974

Wolves hat-tricks: 5 (versus Hull, Nottingham Forest 2, Academica Coimbra, Manchester City)

His ultimate golden day: Announcing himself as a darling to the North Bank by scoring a hat-trick, including a spectacular volley, against Hull on his home debut

Roy Swinbourne

=10. Roy Swinbourne

Wolves goals: 114

Breakdown: 107 League, 5 FA Cup, 2 Charity Shield

First Wolves goal: Versus Aston Villa at home, League, on December 26, 1949

Last Wolves goal: Versus Sheffield United at home, League, on October 15, 1955

Wolves hat-tricks: 7 (versus Bolton, Manchester United, Manchester City 2, Blackpool, Cardiff, Huddersfield)

His ultimate golden day: It may technically have been a friendly but Wolves’ game against Honved in 1954 is the most famous fixture in their history – and Swinbourne scored two of the three goals that brought down the mighty Magyars.

Kenny Hibbitt

=10. Kenny Hibbitt

Wolves goals: 114

Breakdown: 89 League, 10 FA Cup, 12 League Cup, 3 UEFA Cup

First Wolves goal: Versus Chelsea away, League, on September 12, 1970

Last Wolves goal: Versus Rotherham away, League, on April 9, 1983

Wolves hat-tricks: 2 (versus Newcastle, Luton)

His ultimate golden day: Opening the scoring in the 1974 League Cup final – presumably beats scoring four against a Newcastle side containing his brother Terry!

Dennis Wilshaw

12. Dennis Wilshaw

Wolves goals: 113

Breakdown: 106 League, 7 FA Cup

First Wolves goal: Versus Newcastle home, League, on March 12, 1949

Last Wolves goal: Versus Chelsea at home, League, on October 19, 1957

Wolves hat-tricks: 3 (versus Newcastle, Charlton, Blackpool)

His ultimate golden day: Hitting a match-winning hat-trick at home to Newcastle on his debut – and putting himself in contention for a Cup final place

Jimmy Mullen

13. Jimmy Mullen

Wolves goals: 112

Breakdown: 98 League, 14 FA Cup

First Wolves goal: Versus Lovells Athletic at home, FA Cup, on January 9, 1946

Last Wolves goal: Versus Luton away, League, on November 29, 1958

Wolves hat-tricks: 0

His ultimate golden day: Helping Wolves to victory in the 1949 FA Cup final – against Leicester, the club he had guested for during the war.

Tom Phillipson

14. Tom Phillipson

Wolves goals: 111

Breakdown: 104 League, 7 FA Cup

First Wolves goal: Versus Ashington away, FA Cup, on January 5, 1924

Last Wolves goal: Versus Barnsley at home, League, on February 11, 1928

Wolves hat-tricks: 7 (versus Ashington, Middlesbrough, Stockport, Barnsley 2, Bradford City, Clapton Orient)

His ultimate golden day: Hitting a ‘five-timer’ as Wolves thrashed Bradford City 7-2 at Molineux on Christmas Day, 1926 – part of a unique run of scoring in 13 successive League games.

Andy Mutch

15. Andy Mutch

Wolves goals: 106

Breakdown: 96 League, 2 FA Cup, 4 League Cup, 4 Sherpa Van Trophy

First Wolves goal: Versus Bristol City at home, League, on March 22, 1986

Last Wolves goal: Versus Newcastle at home, League, on April 10, 1993

Wolves hat-tricks: 1 (versus Newcastle)

His ultimate golden day: Opening the scoring with a header in the 1988 Sherpa Van Trophy final against Burnley at Wembley

Jesse Pye

16. Jesse Pye

Wolves goals: 95

Breakdown: 90 League, 5 FA Cup

First Wolves goal: Versus Arsenal at home, League, on August 31, 1946

Last Wolves goal: Versus Tottenham at home, League, on March 22, 1952

Wolves hat-tricks: 6 (versus Arsenal, Derby, Grimsby, Huddersfield 2, Bolton)

His ultimate golden day: Scoring twice in the 1949 FA Cup final probably beats the hat-trick on his Wolves debut – but you decide!

Billy Wooldridge

17. Billy Wooldridge

Wolves goals: 90

Breakdown: 81 League, 9 FA Cup

First Wolves goal: Versus Albion away, League, on December 29, 1900

Last Wolves goal: Versus Fulham at home, League, on November 9, 1907

Wolves hat-tricks: 2 (versus New Brighton, Derby)

His ultimate golden day: His two goals in the above Albion game – only his second match for the club and a proud moment for a Netherton boy

Terry Wharton

18. Terry Wharton

Wolves goals: 79

Breakdown: 69 League, 9 FA Cup, 1 Charity Shield

First Wolves goal: Versus Ipswich at home, League, on November 11, 1961

Last Wolves goal: Versus Newcastle at home, League, on October 7, 1967

Wolves hat-tricks: 2 (versus Albion, Cardiff)

His ultimate golden day: Rattling in three of the seven goals by which Albion were routed in a rearranged game at Molineux in March, 1963

Norman Deeley

19. Norman Deeley

Wolves goals: 75

Breakdown: 66 League, 6 FA Cup, 1 European Cup, 2 Charity Shield

First Wolves goal: Versus Manchester City at home, League, on October 9, 1954

Last Wolves goal: Versus Birmingham away, League, on October 7, 1961

Wolves hat-tricks: 2 (versus Portsmouth, Fulham)

His ultimate golden day: Running Blackburn’s defence ragged with his dynamic two-goal contribution to the 1960 FA Cup final

George Hedley

20. George Hedley

Wolves goals: 74

Breakdown: 65 League, 9 FA Cup

First Wolves goal: Versus Glossop away, League, on September 8, 1906

Last Wolves goal: Versus Leeds City at home, League, on January 25, 1913

Wolves hat-tricks: 0

His ultimate golden day: Getting among the scorers in the 1908 FA Cup final victory against Newcastle at Crystal Palace

Billy Beats

21. Billy Beats

Wolves goals: 73

Breakdown: 67 League, 6 FA Cup

First Wolves goal: Versus Burnley at home, League, on September 2, 1895

Last Wolves goal: Versus Newcastle away, League, on February 28, 1903

Wolves hat-tricks: 0

His ultimate golden day: Appearing in the 1896 FA Cup final against Sheffield Wednesday, albeit a defeat, at the end of his first season with Wolves

David Wykes

22. David Wykes

Wolves goals: 69

Breakdown: 57 League, 12 FA Cup

First Wolves goal: Versus Blackburn at home, League, on September 29, 1888

Last Wolves goal: Versus Sunderland away, League, on September 21, 1895

Wolves hat-tricks: 1 (versus Bolton)

His ultimate golden day: His hat-trick in a 5-1 thumping of Bolton at Molineux in the last game of the 1889-90 season

Charlie Phillips

23. Charlie Phillips

Wolves goals: 65

Breakdown: 59 League, 6 FA Cup

First Wolves goal: Versus Millwall at home, League, on September 1, 1930

Last Wolves goal: Versus Bolton at home, League, on December 26, 1935

Wolves hat-tricks: 3 (versus Wrexham, Manchester City, Derby)

His ultimate golden day: Netting against Northern Ireland on his international debut for Wales – the country he captained six times.

Peter Knowles

=24. Peter Knowles

Wolves goals: 64

Breakdown: 61 League, 3 FA Cup

First Wolves goal: Versus Bolton at home, League, on October 19, 1963

Last Wolves goal: Versus Sheffield Wednesday away, League, on August 16, 1969

Wolves hat-tricks: 2 (versus Carlisle, Derby)

His ultimate golden day: Taking his 1965-66 goal tally to eight in three weeks by scoring his second hat-trick in a fortnight

Sylvan Ebanks-Blake

=24. Sylvan Ebanks-Blake

Wolves goals: 64

Breakdown: 61 League, 3 League Cup

First Wolves goal: Versus Scunthorpe away, League, on January 19, 2008

Last Wolves goal: Versus Birmingham away, League, on April 1, 2013

Wolves hat-tricks: 1 (versus Norwich)

His ultimate golden day: Guiding in the winner at home to QPR on the day Mick McCarthy’s Wolves secured promotion to the Premier League

Kenny Miller

26. Kenny Miller

Wolves goals: 63

Breakdown: 52 League, 5 FA Cup, 5 League Cup, 1 play-offs

First Wolves goal: Versus Gillingham away, League, September 18, 2001

Last Wolves goal: Versus Brighton at home, April 22, 2006

Wolves hat-tricks: 1 (versus Crystal Palace)

His ultimate golden day: Stretching to steer in one of the three first-half Wolves goals that created a gold and black dreamland at the 2003 play-off final

Jack Needham

27. Jack Needham

Wolves goals: 61

Breakdown: 57 League, 4 FA Cup

First Wolves goal: Versus Manchester City at home, League, on April 30, 1910

Last Wolves goal: Versus Lincoln at home, League, on January 3, 1920

Wolves hat-tricks: 2 (versus Hull, Leicester Fosse)

His ultimate golden day: The hat-trick he scored against Hull in November, 1911 – it probably helped earn his move to Humberside after the war

Bryn Jones

28. Bryn Jones

Wolves goals: 57

Breakdown: 52 League, 5 FA Cup

First Wolves goal: Versus Derby away, League, on December 2, 1933

Last Wolves goal: Versus Leicester away, League, on April 18, 1938

Wolves hat-tricks: 1 (versus Preston)

His ultimate golden day: Presumably the one in August, 1938, on which his talents took him to Arsenal in Britain’s costliest transfer to that point

Jimmy Deacon

29. Jimmy Deacon

Wolves goals: 56

Breakdown: 52 League, 4 FA Cup

First Wolves goal: Versus Bradford City away, League, on September 7, 1929

Last Wolves goal: Versus Preston at home, League, on September 15, 1934

Wolves hat-tricks: 0

His ultimate golden day: Scoring twice in a 6-0 win over Bradford towards the end of Wolves’ 1931-32 Division Two title triumph

Bobby Mason

30. Bobby Mason

Wolves goals: 54

Breakdown: 44 League, 5 FA Cup, 4 European Cup, 1 European Cup Winners Cup

First Wolves goal: Versus Preston at home, League, on November 24, 1956

Last Wolves goal: Versus Birmingham away, League, on October 7, 1961

Wolves hat-tricks: 1 (versus Nottingham Forest)

His ultimate golden day: His brace in Wolves’ European Cup taming of Red Star Belgrade – part of his haul of five European goals for the club

Sammy Brooks

=31. Sammy Brooks

Wolves goals: 53

Breakdown: 50 League, 3 FA Cup

First Wolves goal: Versus Chelsea at home, League, on January 20, 1912

Last Wolves goal: Versus South Shields away, League, on December 17, 1921

Wolves hat-tricks: 0

His ultimate golden day: Playing in a 10-0 FA Cup replay win over Watford in 1912 (and scoring two) after the first game had finished 0-0!

Mel Eves

=31. Mel Eves

Wolves goals: 53

Breakdown: 44 League, 5 FA Cup, 3 League Cup, 1 UEFA Cup

First Wolves goal: Versus Chelsea away, League, on April 22, 1978

Last Wolves goal: Versus Coventry at home, FA Cup, on January 10, 1984

Wolves hat-tricks: 0

His ultimate golden day: Creating near-silence in front of 51,569 by hitting the only goal of Wolves’ game at Old Trafford in February, 1980

Tom Galley

=33. Tom Galley

Wolves goals: 49

Breakdown: 41 League, 8 FA Cup

First Wolves goal: Versus Chelsea at home, League, on April 22, 1935

Last Wolves goal: Versus Manchester City away, League, on August 23, 1947

Wolves hat-tricks: 1 (versus Lovells Athletic)

His ultimate golden day: Helping send Wolves to Wembley for the first time in nearly 20 years by scoring in the 1939 FA Cup semi-final slaughter of Grimsby

Billy Harrison

=33. Billy Harrison

Wolves goals: 49

Breakdown: 43 League, 6 FA Cup

First Wolves goal: Versus Gainsborough Trinity at home, League, on December 25, 1907

Last Wolves goal: Versus Barnsley away, League, on October 16, 1920

Wolves hat-tricks: 0

His ultimate golden day: It has to be scoring in Wolves’ shock FA Cup final victory over Newcastle in 1908 at the end of his first Molineux season

Jack Miller

=33. Jack Miller

Wolves goals: 49

Breakdown: 47 League, 2 FA Cup

First Wolves goal: Versus Blackburn at home, League, on September 26, 1896

Last Wolves goal: Versus Sheffield United at home, League, on September 5, 1904

Wolves hat-tricks: 0

His ultimate golden day: Scoring twice in a draw at Blackburn en route to being the club’s leading goalscorer in the 1898-99 top-flight season

Robbie Dennison

=33. Robbie Dennison

Wolves goals: 49

Breakdown: 40 League, 2 FA Cup, 3 League Cup, 4 Sherpa Van Trophy

First Wolves goal: Versus Tranmere away, League, on March 21, 1987

Last Wolves goal: Versus Manchester City at home, League, on December 1, 1996

Wolves hat-tricks: 0

His ultimate golden day: Curling in a brilliant free-kick for the equaliser against Sheffield United that sealed the Third Division title in May, 1989

Wally Radford

=37. Wally Radford

Wolves goals: 48

Breakdown: 41 League, 7 FA Cup

First Wolves goal: Versus Glossop away, League, on September 7, 1907

Last Wolves goal: Versus Derby at home, League, on January 29, 1910

Wolves hat-tricks: 1 (versus Burnley)

His ultimate golden day: Hitting one of the goals by which Wolves beat his former club Southampton to reach the 1908 FA Cup final

Jim McCalliog

=37. Jim McCalliog

Wolves goals: 48

Breakdown: 34 League, 4 FA Cup, 4 League Cup, 4 UEFA Cup, 1 Texaco Cup, 1 FA Cup 3rd/4th place play-off

First Wolves goal: Versus Sheffield Wednesday away, League, on August 16, 1969

Last Wolves goal: Versus Manchester United at home, League, on October 6, 1973

Wolves hat-tricks: 0

His ultimate golden day: Hurting Manchester United with a goal in their 1973 Molineux defeat – it probably helped convince Tommy Docherty to re-sign him

Hugh Curran

39. Hugh Curran

Wolves goals: 47

Breakdown: 40 League, 2 League Cup, 4 Texaco Cup, 1 Anglo Italian Cup

First Wolves goal: Versus Manchester United at home, League, on February 15, 1969

Last Wolves goal: Versus Huddersfield away, League, on April 24, 1971

Wolves hat-tricks: 1 (versus Nottingham Forest)

His ultimate golden day: As a proud Scot, going back north of the border to score twice in the away first leg of the Texaco Cup final against Hearts

Hugh McIlmoyle

=40. Hugh McIlmoyle

Wolves goals: 45

Breakdown: 35 League, 10 FA Cup

First Wolves goal: Versus Portsmouth at home, FA Cup, on January 12, 1965

Last Wolves goal: Versus Derby away, League, on December 26, 1966

Wolves hat-tricks: 1 (versus Aston Villa)

His ultimate golden day: The above treble at a snow-covered Hawthorns that decided a three-game FA Cup fifth-round deadlock with Aston Villa

Andy Gray

=40. Andy Gray

Wolves goals: 45

Breakdown: 38 League, 3 FA Cup, 3 League Cup, 1 UEFA Cup

First Wolves goal: Versus Everton away, League, on September 15, 1979

Last Wolves goal: Versus Tottenham at home, League, on October 15, 1983

Wolves hat-tricks: 0

His ultimate golden day: Touching in that beauty from a few feet at Wembley in 1980 after Peter Shilton and Dave Needham had conveniently collided

Andy Thompson

=40. Andy Thompson

Wolves goals: 45

Breakdown: 43 League, 1 FA Cup, 1 Sherpa Van Trophy

First Wolves goal: Versus Exeter at home, League, on December 27, 1986

Last Wolves goal: Versus Sheffield United at home, League, on September 21, 1996

Wolves hat-tricks: 0

His ultimate golden day: As a local boy, playing in the winning team at Wembley in the 1988 Sherpa Van Trophy final

Jack Brodie

=43. Jack Brodie

Wolves goals: 44

Breakdown: 22 League, 22 FA Cup

First Wolves goal: Versus Long Eaton at home, FA Cup, on October 27, 1883

Last Wolves goal: Versus Derby at home, League, on October 11, 1890

Wolves hat-tricks: 2 (versus Crosswells Brewery, Stoke)

His ultimate golden day: Scoring five times against Stoke in an 1890 FA Cup tie Wolves that were ordered to replay after a protest.

Wilf Chadwick

=43. Wilf Chadwick

Wolves goals: 44

Breakdown: 44 League

First Wolves goal: Versus Middlesbrough at home, League, on September 25, 1926

Last Wolves goal: Versus Middlesbrough away, League, on February 9, 1929

Wolves hat-tricks: 1 (versus Barnsley)

His ultimate golden day: Joining Tom Phillipson as a hat-trick hero in a 9-1 demolition of Barnsley in Wolves’ disappointing 1926-27 season

Walter Bottrill

=43. Walter Bottrill

Wolves goals: 44

Breakdown: 42 League, 2 FA Cup

First Wolves goal: Versus Stoke at home, League, on September 8, 1930

Last Wolves goal: Versus Huddersfield home, League, on February 4, 1933

Wolves hat-tricks: 0

His ultimate golden day: Hurting Bristol City with his fifth brace of the club’s 1931-32 title-winning season in the Second Division

Dave Edwards

=43. Dave Edwards

Wolves goals: 44

Breakdown: 41 League, 2 FA Cup, 1 League Cup

First Wolves goal: Versus Scunthorpe away, League, January 19, 2008

Last Wolves goal: Versus Fulham away, League, on March 18, 2017

Wolves hat-tricks: 0

His ultimate golden day: Slotting a Molineux winner past his good mate Joe Hart in a Premier League win over Manchester City in October, 2010

Ted Farmer

=43. Ted Farmer

Wolves goals: 44

Breakdown: 44 League

First Wolves goal: Versus Manchester United away, League, on September 24, 1960

Last Wolves goal: Versus Blackburn at home, League, on September 14, 1963

Wolves hat-tricks: 3 (versus Arsenal, Birmingham, Manchester City)

His ultimate golden day: Despite the hat-tricks, what could beat the explosive two-goal blast on his debut – at Old Trafford no less?

Jack Smith

=48. Jack Smith

Wolves goals: 43

Breakdown: 38 League, 5 FA Cup

First Wolves goal: Versus Derby at home, League, on September 1, 1902

Last Wolves goal: Versus Notts County at home, League, on April 16, 1906

Wolves hat-tricks: 0

His ultimate golden day: The two goals he scored on his debut in a victory at home to Derby on the opening day of 1902-03

Harry Lees

=48. Harry Lees

Wolves goals: 43

Breakdown: 40 League, 3 FA Cup

First Wolves goal: Versus Rotherham County at home, League, on August 27, 1923

Last Wolves goal: Versus Bradford City away, League, on December 27, 1926

Wolves hat-tricks: 2 (versus New Brighton, Wrexham)

His ultimate golden day: The hat-trick against Wrexham that took his goal tally to 12 in seven games in Wolves’ Third Division (N) title-winning year.

Sammy Smyth

=48. Sammy Smyth

Wolves goals: 43

Breakdown: 34 League, 9 FA Cup

First Wolves goal: Versus Grimsby at home, League, on August 27, 1947

Last Wolves goal: Versus Blackpool away, League, on September 1, 1951

Wolves hat-tricks: 0

His ultimate golden day: No contest! The one on which his wonder goal at Wembley helped Wolves win the 1949 FA Cup final

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