The third kit offers a retro look for supporters to enjoy, coming in an all-white style with gold and black trim - taking inspiration from away strips donned by the club in the 1980s.
The shirt, designed by manufacturer Castore, continues the trend of nodding to national kits by acknowledging Conor Coady's success breaking into the England set-up. Wolves have previously had shirts linked with the club's Portugal contingent and Raul Jimenez's Mexico.
The strip is available to pre-order now, and comes in 'replica' and 'authentic pro' styles - at varying costs.
Adult prices for the authentic pro range are £100 for jerseys, with shorts at £45 and socks at £20. Replica shirts come in at £55, with shorts available for £28 and socks £15.
Pre-ordered kits will be delivered in mid-September, for those keen on snapping up the stylish number.