Wolves owner Steve Morgan has said that he is not willing to sack the manager Mick McCarthy, despite fans not been pleased with his tactics and team selection so far.

Mick McCarthy was instrumental in getting Wolverhampton Wanderers promoted to the Premier League a few seasons ago, but Wolves fans have never been happy with the manager.

Now, the unhappiness has escalated to another level after a run of poor results, which have resulted in calls for his head. However, Wolves owner Steve Morgan refused to be carried away by the fans protest, as he says that he believes in Mick McCarthy's work.

Neil Warnock has recently been sacked by QPR, while Blackburn Rovers are expected to sack Steve Kean, if results do not improve over the next few matches. This would leave only Wolverhampton Wanderers and Bolton without a managerial change at the bottom of the table.

A recent study revealed that managerial changes do bring an added boost to relegation battles, and Wolves could do with a lift given that they are just two places above the relegation zone, although only one point separates them from dropping into the dreaded drop zone. The latest online football betting odds suggest Wolves will struggle to avoid the drop.

Still, Mick McCarthy has been sounding extremely confident about their ability to prevent relegation, and has now been backed by Steve Morgan.

"Of course, we have problems but our philosophy is to work through the problems. This club is about stability and approaching things in a very business-like sense. The message is finally dropping with people that this is a club about stability. You have to work things through."

Morgan has admitted that sacking the manager never works in the real world because it would not provide enough stability to the club, which is key to getting results over the long-term.

Sacking managers, according to Steve Morgan, works only in the short term.