Wolves centre-back Jody Craddock has retired from playing, ending his 10-year spell at Molineux. The 37-year-old joined Wolves from Sunderland in 2003, and played 237 times for the recently relegated side.

As he is in his 10th year at Molineux, Craddock has been given a testimonial by the club, for which a proportion of the proceeds will go to the Birmingham Children's Hospital and Balls to Cancer charities.

"I am really pleased the club have requested a testimonial for me and delighted it has now been granted," Craddock told the club website.

"I always loved playing for Wolves, and gave it my all, and am looking forward to sharing this year with the club's supporters."