Wolves winger Matt Jarvis has said that the experience of relegation battles in the past will come to their aid this season.

Wolves have been struggling with relegation all season, which led to the sacking of manager Mick McCarthy.

Assistant manager Terry Connor was appointed in place of Mick McCarthy, but he has been unable to make any difference to the team whatsoever. In fact, under the management of Connor, the club have fallen into new troubles. They are currently in the relegation zone right now, but Matt Jarvis believes that they can avoid relegation due to their experience when it comes to dealing with such situations.

There have been many suggestions that Terry Connor is a manager who is out of depth at this level, but Jarvis has rejected any such suggestions by saying that Connor is capable of leading Wolves to safety this season, even if the in-play football betting markets don't have the same confidence.

Whilst the future of Jarvis in the Premier league is uncertain, the winger has said that he is still hopeful about playing for England. Wolves have won just one of the 14 league games, which has put them in serious trouble. Even more concerning is the fact that they have been shipping lots of goals.

"Results haven’t been good but we started the season well and if we can regain that form we can claw our way out of trouble. We have been in this position before, and that experience could prove to be invaluable. He has been at the club a long time and has the backing of all the players. He is quieter than Mick but he knows exactly what he wants and we are all clear about what he demands from us," Matt Jarvis said in a recent interview.