Wolves midfielder Dave Edwards believes the players have let interim boss Terry Connor down.
Connor has yet to win a game since replacing Mick McCarthy as boss in February with the club being relegated earlier this month.
Wolves are considering naming a new boss for life back in the Championship and Edwards admits he feels sympathy for Connor, saying the former assistant manager could have done no more.
"I feel really sorry for TC because he has come in and behind the scenes it has been absolutely brilliant," admitted Edwards.
"I have got so much time for him because the work he has done off the pitch has been perfect.
Let him down
"It's been us on the pitch who have let him down. He has given his all."
Asked if he believes Connor should stay in charge next season, Edwards said: "Yes. I definitely think he has made the transition from coach to manager. He is very thorough in his work. His preparation is great and the way he takes training too.
"It's just the results and we all feel responsible for that and as a team we need to show the kind of character we displayed here if we are to bounce back. We are prepared to give everything, every week. We will never throw in the towel."