3. Cyrille Regis
Not many Wolves players can turn up at The Hawthorns and get a standing ovation from the West Brom fans, but Regis was something special.
The former England, West Brom and Wolves striker died earlier this year and he had such an impact on football that there were tributes held to him across English football.
Regis was part of the rip-roaring Albion team of the late 1970s and early 1980s, scoring 81 times in 241 games.
He, Laurie Cunningham and Brendan Batson become known as the Three Degrees as Ron Atkinson’s Albion became one of the most attractive footballing teams in the history of the game.
Regis went to Wolves in 1993 after spells at Coventry and Aston Villa.
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