Don’t forget to pick up your copy of The Wanderer ahead of Saturday's 3pm kick-off against Wolverhampton Wanderers at Macron Stadium.
Priced at just £3 for 84 pages of exclusive content, our latest edition features an in-depth interview with midfielder Karl Henry and a pull-out poster of our No.24.
The experienced figure put pen to paper with the Whites back in September of last year on a deal until the end of the campaign and has played in 30 of the club's Sky Bet Championship fixtures since.
And ahead of the visit of his former side from Molineux, the 35-year-old sat down for an exclusive interview with the matchday programme.
Speaking about the current campaign, Henry said, "To see us go from where we were to where we are now, it has been incredible really and other than a slight blip in the games before Barnsley last weekend, I think we have done really well.
"Going back to when I first joined, had somebody offered us our position now, we would have snatched their hands off.
"People saw me moving to Bolton Wanderers and just associated me with another relegation battle – the number of people who told me they were a club that was dead and buried already was crazy.
"Having been in this position many times though, I felt as though I could help and make a difference which hopefully I have.
"We have a tough last few games to see the job out this season, but we’re in a good position and we believe we can do it."
Low-Down On Wolves
Alongside Henry's interview, we’ve also got an extensive look at our visitors from Molineux.
With player profiles on their key men and a full roll call for Nuno Espirito Santo's side, there’s also ‘We’ve Met Before’, ‘One Of Each’ and ‘The Other Side Of The Fence’ amongst various other features to ensure that you’re clued up about our counterparts from the West Midlands.
David Lee, Nicky Spooner and Gavin McCann
This Saturday's edition also sees our Under-23 and Under-18s sides come to the fore, with their respective coaches sitting down for exclusive chats with the club's matchday programme.
The Whites' youth sides have been impressing this term and have each sat at the summit of their respective leagues for much of the campaign.
And with their domestic seasons drawing to a close, Lee, Spooner and McCann all offered their thoughts to the club on their teams' exploits in 2017/18.
All this plus the usual columns from the manager, captain and chairman and updates from our Ladies sides are waiting for you inside the latest copy of the Whites’ programme.
Sellers will be situated both inside and outside Macron Stadium ahead of the match.