Terry Connor remains confident in his ability to keep Wolves in the Premier League after the club dropped to the bottom of the table.
A 5-0 thrashing at home by reigning champions Manchester United on Sunday ensured Connor has collected just one point from his four games in charge since replacing Mick McCarthy last month.
Though his tenure started with a 2-2 draw at Newcastle United, Connor has subsequently seen Wolves hammered 5-0 at Fulham, lose 2-0 at home to relegation rivals Blackburn Rovers before conceding five more goals against United.
The margin of United's win means Wolves dropped below Wigan into 20th position on goal difference and they have now gone nine home matches without a win.
Connor said: "It would have been lovely to have got eight points or nine from these four games so far but I knew it was going to be tough.
"We've had a tough season so far and I never thought for one minute it was going to get easier and we'd be picking up points as easily as that.
"Our aim was always to make sure we competed for the 13 remaining games from when I took over and we've still got nine left which is 27 points to play for.
"Of course the stats don't look great but we still believe we can turn it around and I still have confidence in my ability to do that.
"The message to the players and to everyone is keep believing.
"We know if we keep working and keep being honest then we still have a chance. If we don't do those things then we'll have no chance."