If Wolves ever decide to build a new stand at Molineux, manager Mick McCarthy suggests Sylvan Ebanks-Blake might be a worthy contender to name it after - even though the player admits his double-barrelled name means it will have to be a very long stand!
The 22-year-old hot-shot hit his 23rd goal of the season in Wolves' 1-0 victory over Sheffield Wednesday at Hillsborough on Saturday and that not only makes him the country's top marksman but brings him level with the tally which earned him the Championship's Golden Boot last season.
The expectation now is for Ebanks-Blake to go on and hit the magical 30-goal mark, which was last achieved by another Wolves legend, Steve Bull, more than 20 years ago - a man who did have a stand named in his honour.
But Wolves' reluctant new star quipped: "You wouldn't be able to fit my name on it!''
He added: "That was nice but I take it with a pinch of salt. It was just a light-hearted joke from the gaffer but it does go to show that I am doing something right and I just hope I can continue to do it."
The England Under-21 star insists he does not set himself targets and was even slightly put out to find it is now 30 goals which is expected of him. "I thought it was 20! But no, I don't set targets before the season, or during it, but the stage I am at now it would be nice to win the Golden Boot again,''he said.
"I just want to keep fit and play as many games as I can."
The former Plymouth striker is honoured to be compared to a Wolves legend like Bully.
"I hear about him all the time," he said. "I don't know a great deal about his goal-scoring record but, of course, I know of him because of being around the place.
"He was the main man and scored a lot of goals and I hope I can too."