Nenad Milijas has said sorry to Wolves' supporters following Sunday's derby defeat at West Brom but is adamant the club have plenty of time to turn their season around.
Mick McCarthy's men suffered a 2-0 loss against their Midlands rivals at the Hawthorns following goals from Baggies duo Chris Brunt and Peter Odemwingie.
That result marked Wolves' fifth Premier League defeat on the bounce, leaving them 16th in the table and just a point clear of the drop zone.
Serbian midfielder Milijas says everyone at the club was disappointed by the defeat but is confident they can bounce back.
He said: "I would like to thank the fans who travelled to the game and say sorry to them for losing the game.
"No one is happy when we lose - players or the manager. We have plenty of time left to turn things around."