Wolves boss Mick McCarthy admits that work is needed if the team are to get the crowd back on their side.
The Molineux faithful have become disillusioned of late with their side's performances which have seen Wolves drop into mid-table, four points outside the play-offs.
Whilst two wins on their travels is the main reason for the sides current predicament, Saturday's 3-0 defeat at home to Crystal Palace did little to raise expectations and the fans vented their anger at both the boss and his players.
"The fans haven't agreed with one or two of my substitutions lately," he told the Birmingham Mail.
"That doesn't bother me, I'm big enough and ugly enough to put up with it but it doesn't do the players any good.
"The guy that's getting all the aggro, Jay (Bothroyd), has gone on and put three or four great crosses in and is not perhaps getting the support he requires.
"In Sylvan's (Ebanks-Blake) case he'd been up and down the motorway from Plymouth twice in the build-up to the game and, to be fair, he looked knackered.
"I also thought we had a great reaction to the substitutions, if we hadn't then I'd have said 'fair do's, it was wrong'.
"It does become a difficult environment to play in when you're 3-0 down at home but it's a bitter pill to swallow because it wasn't a 3-0 performance.
"I think we have the best chance with Sylvan and Stephen Ward, but it doesn't go in and then all of a sudden to our cost we go 1-0 down.
"Only we can lift the atmosphere. It's got to be fought through, we've got to keep going, keep scrapping and keep believing that what we've done in the past is still right.
"It's up to us to get the fans back on side by performances and winning games, it will only be us that does that, myself, the players and the coaches."