Rhino and Dunney lined up for Thursday's show
For those much younger fans, Rhino was a member of George Graham's Third Division promotion-winning team in 1985 and then the old Second Division title-winning side in 1988. He went on to play 557 games for the club, second only to Barry Kitchener, scoring 10 goals before becoming manager in 1998, leading The Lions to the Auto-Windscreens Shield Final in 1999 and the Second Division Play-Offs a year later.
He will kick off Thursday night's show, brought to you direct from The Den between 7 - 9pm so if you have a question for one of our greatest ever servants, get them in using the contact details below.
Now living in Australia, Rhino is currently enjoying a holiday with his family in England, and has watched The Lions in action against Fulham, Rotherham and Southampton.
In the second hour, Sam Brown and the chaps in the studio will be joined by captain Dunney who, like Rhino did, leads the team by example and embodies that all important never-say-die attitude.
If you have any questions for Rhino or Dunney then please get in touch using one of the following three methods: