24 January 2014 Last updated at 18:40

Wolverhampton Wanderers: Bert Williams' golden memories

BBC WM's interview with legendary former Wolves keeper Bert Williams, recorded with Tony Butler in 2007.

The longest-surviving former England international, until his death last Sunday at the age of 93, Williams talks, with great modesty, about why he was called 'The Cat', Nat Lofthouse, Jackie Milburn, Stan Mortensen, Stan Cullis and the moment in Belo Horizante in 1950 when he conceded the goal that allowed a team of Americans to produce the first great World Cup upset.