Wolves interim manager Terry Connor has said that he is not concerned about his future and is more worried about the club's future.
Wolves were recently relegated from the Premier league after the 2-0 loss against Manchester City. Terry Connor was placed in charge of the team after the sacking of manager Mick McCarthy, but he has been unable to stop the club from returning to the Championship after a three-year stay in the top flight.
It is expected that a number of changes will be made at the club in the summer in order to comply with the less revenue from the Championship.
Hence, Terry Connor has said that his future is not the issue right now, but it is the future of the club that is the main focus of him and the players. Wolves battled to a 4-4 draw against Swansea during the weekend. At one stage, they were 4-1 down in the match, but Connor said that he is extremely pleased with the response of his players.
Wolves will be involved in the final Premier League match on May 13, and Connor is looking forward to it. Even though he is yet to win a Premier league match with Wolves, he has said that he will be extremely pleased to manage the club next season as well.
"I'll be reviewing my part of what's happened and the whole season. Let the club find what path they want to take. Whatever happens has to be for the good of the club. Decisions will be made that aren't for personal gain, but for the good of the club. The club will try to move forward; some people will stay, some will go. That's down to how the club wants to go in the future," Connor said after the Swansea match.