Terry Connor was pleased to give the Wolves fans something to cheer in their final home game before relegation to the Championship.
The goalless draw with Everton extended their winless run to 13 games, but it did spare Wolves the ignominy of equalling Sunderland's record of being the only team to lose 10 consecutive home games in the Premier League.
Connor and the players lapped the pitch at the end of the game, and he hopes the fans can take away some pride from stopping a high-flying Everton side.
"It's been a long tough season and ultimately a disappointing one for us," he told Sky Sports.
"But it was nice to give the fans something to go home with throughout the summer and come back next year and support the club again.
"We knew how good Everton are, they were the form side so it was important to knuckle down and defend, yes they gave us one or two scares, but overall I thought we kept them at bay.
"The fans that stayed behind were great. They were great for the majority of the season. We've had a disappointing season and in many ways we've let them down.
"So it was nice they stayed behind and we certainly wanted to show our appreciation for the support throughout the season."
The future for Wolves is life in the second tier of English for football, but Connor says he still does not know if he will be the man in charge.
"I have no idea," he said.
"I will just give the board a view of what we have done since February and over the whole season and give them a point of view and let the club decide what is the best way forward."