Connor decision on hold

Manager will stand by whatever Wolves do at the end of season

Terry Connor: focused on Wolves' remaining games after relegation was confirmed

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Terry Connor has insisted he is not thinking about his own future after Wolves suffered relegation from the Premier League, while the players will also have to wait until the end of the season to discover if they will be staying at Molineux.

Connor was placed in charge for the final 13 games of the campaign after Mick McCarthy's sacking in early February.

But Wolves have gone down with still three matches remaining after collecting just two points out of a possible 30 under Connor.

Sunday's 2-0 defeat at home to Manchester City sealed their fate but Connor insisted it would still not be the right time to talk about his future until the end of the season.

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When asked about his future, Connor said: "I don't know. I just want to get through to May 13th at the moment and get as many points as we can.

"Then is the time to sit down and discuss everything and the club will want to find a path to get back to the Premier League as quickly as possible.

"I'm in charge for three more games and will take care of those before sitting down with the club.

"The club will then take the appropriate steps and decide whether it's myself, or someone with Championship experience, Premier League experience, or experience from abroad to take charge.

Incidental

"That will be the club's decision. I will stand by that decision."

Connor added: "My own future is very much incidental compared to what happens at the football club.

"I've been here 13 years and every day I have tried to give my very best."

When asked if players may leave Wolves, Connor said: "I'll say again, all that will be discussed at the end of the season.

"We have three more games to play, and then everyone will sit down and plot the future as to which players may stay and which may go."