Wolverhampton Wanderers Football Club: Ex Premier League Players

Where are these ex Wolves Premier League players now?

Welcome to the legends page – the gateway to information on ex Wolves who have played in the Premier League.

In addition to information on ex players we have also added statistics which include the top scorers, most appearances and also the club’s final league position for each year that they have featured in the EPL.



Denis Irwin – Premier League Appearances: 328 | Goals Scored: 18

Regarded by Sir Alex Ferguson as his greatest ever signing for Manchester United, Denis Irwin called time on his illustrious career in 2004 whilst playing for Wolverhampton WanderersRead More..

Jody Craddock – Premier League Appearances: 189 | Goals Scored: 9

Jody Craddock enjoyed a 20 year playing career including spells in the Premier League with Sunderland and Wolverhampton Wanderers before retiring in 2013. Read More..

Alex Rae – Premier League Appearances: 102 | Goals Scored: 12

A legend at both Sunderland and Wolverhampton Wanderers where he won their player of the season award in his first year at the club, Alex Rae retired from playing professionally in 2010. Read More..

Mark Kennedy – Premier League Appearances: 93 | Goals Scored: 2

A tricky left winger who moved to defence in his later years, Mark Kennedy retired from playing in 2012 whilst at Ipswich Town after spells with Wolverhampton WanderersManchester Cityand Wimbledon amongst others. Read More..

Paul Ince – Premier League Appearances: 306 | Goals Scored: 42

Paul Ince, the self proclaimed “Guvnor” retired from playing after a short spell as player-coach at Swindon Town in 2006.

Whilst at Swindon, Ince completed his coaching badges and later that year was offered the job as player-manager of Macclesfield Town. Read More..

Marcus Hahnemann – Premier League Appearances: 115 | Clean Sheets: 28

One of a golden breed of American keepers, fan’s favourite Marcus Hahnemann hung up his gloves in 2014 after returning to first club Seattle Sounders for a two year spell. Read More..

Stephen Hunt – Premier League Appearances: 143 | Goals Scored: 21

A dominant force on the left side for every club that he played for, Stephen Hunt retired from professional football at the end of the 2015-16 season after a spell with League One side Coventry City. Read More..

Premier League Statistics

This table shows the players who have made the most appearances for Wolves and the top goalscorers in the EPL.

Top EPL GoalscorersGoalsMost EPL AppearancesGames
Steven Fletcher22Matt Jarvis108
Kevin Doyle18Christophe Berra96
Matt Jarvis15Karl Henry94
Sylvan Ebanks-Blake10Stephen Ward94
Henri Camara7Kevin Doyle93
Jody Craddock7Jody Craddock81
Stephen Hunt6Richard Stearman77
Dave Edwards5Sylvan Ebanks-Blake76
Jamie O'Hara5Kevin Foley74
Alex Rae5Wayne Hennessey71

Statistics provided by 11v11