During my 25 years on this planet, I have been fortunate enough to witness some unforgettable Wolves moments. Play off Final 2003, FA Cup Semi Final Villa Park 1997/1998, West Brom 2 - 4 Wolves (Iwan Roberts Hat Trick), the rebuilding of the club from top to bottom, Winning the Championship in 2009. But for me, nothing, NOTHING, comes as close to the emotion I felt as a little 9 year old on that cold February night as Wolves took on Sheffield Wednesday in the Fa Cup, 4th round replay at Molineux. Earlier in this season I had Watched my now beloved Wolves tear apart a Southend Team 5-0. My memories from that game being the 5th goal from Bully after Froggy's tearing run down the left and the fact that Southend had been given the South Bank flank, to only fill it with about 200 supporters. That night in September, shortly before my 9th birthday, I thought I had seen everything I needed to see. Accepting that despite our good league form, promotion was not inevitable, a 5-0 drubbing of Southend was good enough for me. Then this replay came along. I remember watchign the first leg on T.V somehow. Sky or BBC I do not remember, but I do recall my old man doing everything in his power to point out how Huge the replay would be, and it would be a privelege for me to be there. So there I was. Freezing. Wooly hat, Scarf, Gloves, 3 more layers on beneath my coat, but sitting proudly on top my 94/95 home shirt. It was pure Bliss when we opened the scoring through Ned kelly. Then equally gutted when Wednesday equalised through Mark Bright. This was also my first experience of a Penalty shoot out for anything. First Penalty to Sheffield Wednesday. The first penalty taker sent Paul Jones the wrong Way. 1- 0 Wednesday. Andy Thompson had never, in my presence at least, failed to find the net from 12 yards. So to see Thommo come walk up and procede to crack the ball off the crossbar was something of a shock. 1-0 Wednesday. 1 Penalty Each. Guy Whittingham Scored. Robbie Dennison missed. 2-0 Wednesday. Up steps Wednesday Keeper Kevin Pressman. Possibly the most thunderous penalty I have ever seen taken at Molineux. 3- 0 Wednesday. Gordon Cowans. Cool and Calm, bottom right hand corner. 3 - 1 Wednesday. I dont remember the name of the Mullet haired centre half, but he was up next fro Wednesday...And missed. Hitting the bar I think. 3-1 Wednesday, they had taken 4, Wolves 3. Up steps Ned kelly...3-2. Straight down the middle. A man who always kept his bottle. Mr Chris Bart-Williams...SAVED BY PAUL JONES! 3-2! Wednesday 5 Pens, Wolves 4! John De Wolf Steps up...SCORES! Top right hand corner! Enter Mr Waddle...SAVED BY PAUL JONES! 3-3 on Penalties from 3-0 Down! in to Sudden Death and Waddle has missed! Scoring our next Penalty would put Division 1 Wolves through, knocking out PREMIER LEAGUE Sheffield Wednesday! I must have been dreaming! Don Goodman...Straight down the bloody middle! Pressman? Dived to his right, NO CHANCE! Wolves were through! 4-3 on penalties having been 3-0 Down! I remember my Grandad on this day still jumping around and smiling and being so happy. My mom, myself and my dad embraced and screaming as one. Wolves had Done it. Up until April 18th 2009 at approximately 16.52 p.m, this victory over Sheffield Wednesday was only topped by my day in Cardiff in May 2003. It remains to this day, my third most coveted and treasured Wolves memory.