Edwards backs Connor for job
Dave Edwards has backed Terry Connor to lead Wolves straight back to the Premier League, should he get the job permanantly.
Connor took over from Mick McCarthy in February after serving as his assistant but failed to turn around the club's slide down the table and their relegation to the Championship was confirmed last month.
The interim manager will meet with the board after Sunday's final game of the season at Wigan, with his future set to be decided soon afterwards.
Connor, who joined Wolves' backroom staff in 1999, is hugely popular with the players, and midfielder Edwards, 26, said: "He's got my vote, that's for sure. He's a great bloke and tactically he's very good.
"But that hasn't been reflected in results and that's down to us as players. If he was given the job and we got off to a good start then I'm sure he'd get us straight back up."