Wolves have released their new third kit for the 2021/22 season.
It rounds off Castore’s first year as the manufacturer, having taken over from Adidas.
The design itself is based on the white away jerseys worn in the 1980s, as per the club website.
It also apparently acknowledges Conor Coady’s achievements with England at Euro 2020.
Wolves have done similar with a nod to Raul Jimenez in 2019/20’s green kit and last year’s Portugal-inspired jersey.
A picture of Pedro Neto wearing the new kit was posted on Wolves’ Twitter page.
On Instagram, Wolves uploaded a video featuring a host of players including Coady, Jimenez, Ruben Neves and Adama Traore in the new strip.
Alongside the social media posts of the kit on Instagram and Twitter, a more extensive gallery can also be found on the club’s website.
Willy Boly and Francisco Trincao are among the players featured there.
With all the kits for the season ahead revealed, now Wolves fans are waiting for the unveiling of a new signing to wear them.
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