Terry Connor believes Wolves will be giving it their all next season to regain their top-flight status after their relegation was confirmed on Sunday.
The Midlands club needed to beat title-challengers Manchester City at Molineux, but goals from Sergio Aguero and Samir Nasri gave the visitors a 2-0 win.
The drop ends Wolves' three-year stay in England's top flight and Connor has assured fans the club will be determined to bounce back at the first time of asking.
"Today's a raw day for everyone connected with the club. The last thing anyone wants is to be relegated from the Premier League," he told Sky Sports.
"We have to make sure we dust ourselves off and look towards the future. I need to make sure we finish the season and finish it properly then we can sit down and discuss things.
"Over the next weeks you can bet Wolves will be back next season trying to regain Premier League status as quickly as we possibly can."
Asked if Connor could fault his side's performance against City, he replied: "Absolutely not. The lads gave everything.
"Over the course of the season it's obvious we've not been good enough. We can deal with that (fall-out from the drop) at the end of the season.
"We've got three games left and we need to make sure we're competitive in those games because that's what the league demands.
"Our performances may have a bearing on other things so we have to make sure we show absolute integrity in making sure we play the 38 games as they should be and then we'll sit down pick over where we think we could have done better and what we did well over the course of the season."