Joint founder Jack Brodie, record-breaking goalscorer Dennis Westcott, fans’ favourite from the 1970s Frank Munro and loyal servant Andy Thompson were all officially inducted into the fabled hall.
Brodie founded Wolves in 1877 along with John Baynton and would captain both Wolves and England.
Wescott scored 124 goals in just 144 Wolves appearances and his tally of 38 league goals in 1946/47 remains a club record.
Scottish international defender Munro was a cornerstone of Wolves’ 1970s successes.
Thompson was a mainstay of the team for 11 years and helped rejuvenate the club after its 1980s fall from grace.
The Wolves Hall Of Fame opens its doors every two years, with the foursome joining the likes of Billy Wright, Stan Cullis and Steve Bull.
A committee which included the Express & Star’s Tim Spiers met recently to tackle the unenviable task of deciding who should be added to the illustrious list of former players, teams and managers.