It's three years today that the Wolves family had to say good bye to the late, great, Sir Jack Hayward.

The former owner passed away at the age of 91 and to commemorate his passing, the club have provided an update on the statue which is being built to celebrate his life and dedication to the club.

The club wrote on their website:

A 10ft clay model of the statue has been approved by the Hayward family and is now with a foundry in Oxfordshire to be moulded into a bronze effigy.

Designed and created by world-renowned sculptor, James Butler, the figure captures the unique celebrations following Wolves’ Play-Off winning final in Cardiff back in 2003. A result that achieved Sir Jack’s dream of returning Wolves to top-flight football after a 19-year absence.

The Club is working closely with the local council to finalise the exact positioning and installation of the statue, with a view to unveiling the final piece towards the end of the 2017/18 season.

Sir Jack Hayward, during his time as Wolverhampton Wanderers president
Sir Jack Hayward, during his time as Wolverhampton Wanderers president