Wolves interim boss Terry Connor insists confidence remains high in the camp despite three successive defeats in the Premier League.
The Molineux men dropped to the bottom of the table last weekend on goal difference after suffering a 5-0 humbling at home to Manchester United.
Wolves have taken just one point from 12 under Connor, but the under-fire manager insists the whole squad are in it together as they prepare to face Norwich this weekend
"I don't sense the confidence eroding," insisted Connor.
"Mistakes have been made but it's not the same person in the team making them. It's not a case of me playing the same person and that player is costing us week after week.
"The lads accept it's been a shared problem and they're trying to deal with it in a shared manner.
"It's not one individual. That's what I am trying to get across to them - can we as a group deal with that and stop that from happening.
"We're asking them as coaches, but that's also the message they're giving to each other. It's a case of, 'Come on, let's stop this from happening, let's give ourselves a good chance of getting something from the game instead of giving ourselves a mountain to climb.'"
Meanwhile, Connor has issued a rebuke to Roger Johnson's wife after she questioned his decision to leave the defender out of the side for the last four games.
Melissa Johnson tweeted her frustration at the centre-half's exclusion from the side and now Connor has hit back by telling her to keep her nose out of team matters.
"Roger's been getting on with his training. He's kept his nose clean and kept his head down," added Connor.
"He's the club captain. If he's selected to play on Saturday, he will be the captain."
When pressed on the comments made by Mrs Johnson, Connor continued: "It doesn't affect me or what I do. It doesn't affect the way I deal with Roger.
"However, I don't tweet and she don't pick the team!"