Wolves legend Billy Wright spent his entire career at one club and won 105 England caps.
Wright made his international debut against Northern Ireland in 1946 and went on to captain England at the 1950, 1954 and 1958 World Cup finals.
One of his 90 games as captain saw the end of England's unbeaten home run against teams from outside the British Isles that had stood since 1901, when he was the victim of Ferenc Puskas' dragback as Hungary won 6-3 in 1953.
Wright faced Hungary again in Budapest in 1954. England lost 7-1, which is still their heaviest defeat.