FORMER Warrington Wolves forward Adrian Morley is one of seven players who will be presented with a special award tonight.

Morley, who captained The Wire to three Challenge Cup titles in 2009, 2010 and 2012, will receive a golden cap in recognition of more than 50 international appearances.

The prop won 53 caps for England and Great Britain combined between 1996 and 2012 and he joins fellow Great Britain internationals Jim Sullivan and Mick Sullivan in being honoured at the Rugby League International Federation (RLIF) celebration dinner at Elland Road in Leeds tonight.

Australian greats Darren Lockyer and Cameron Smith will also receive golden caps, as will Petero Civoniceva, who totalled 51 caps for Australia and Fiji combined, and 53-cap New Zealand international Ruben Wiki.

“It was a great feeling to represent my country on one occasion,” said Morley, who will attend the dinner to collect his cap.

“It is an immense honour to have been able to do that 53 times and now to have this recognised by the rugby league world with a special golden cap is so flattering.

“The honour is only made bigger by the great players that I am alongside.”