Kevin Doyle has backed Wolves to 'bounce back' after the sacking Mick McCarthy and maintain their Premier League status for a third successive season.
Club owner Steve Morgan and chief executive Jez Moxey are desperate for the Black Country outfit to climb out of the relegation zone following their 5-1 humbling against neighbours West Brom at the weekend.
And with Alan Curbishley, Neil Warnock and Steve Bruce all in the frame to take over at Molineux, Doyle insists the new boss will not be inheriting a lost cause.
The Republic of Ireland international said: "We've had ups and downs. But we seem to be reasonably good at bouncing back. We got beat badly by Liverpool and then came back to beat QPR.
"We'll go to Newcastle in a few days' time thinking we can bounce back in the same way. We've got games to go where we can pick up points.
"There are a few teams around us we can get above and we've 13 games in which to do it so let's be positive.
"We're not cast adrift in any way, we're not really struggling. We are in a good position to get out of it.
"We've given ourselves a fighting chance. We feel we can pick up points along the way."