Mick McCarthy’s assistant takes over at Molineux.
Wolves have promoted assistant boss Terry Connor to manager until the end of the season.
The club sacked Mick McCarthy on 13 February in the wake of the previous day’s 5-1 home defeat by Black Country rivals West Brom.
Wolves turned to Connor, 49, after Walter Smith, Alan Curbishley and Brian McDermott ruled themselves out.
“This is a decisive step which creates certainty. The players are fully behind it,” Wolves owner Steve Morgan said.
SOURCE: BBC Sport
Odd that Wolves owner Steve Morgan would term this a ‘decisive’ step when the Molineux club had effectively ran out of options after a number of manager’s the club did want did not fancy taking the job on.
The Premier League strugglers will hope that the 49 year old can keep Wolves from suffering a drop to the Championship. Currently they sit in 18th spot.