Wolves manager enjoying life despite poor form
Wolves' interim manager Terry Connor is enjoying life as the man in charge at Molineux, despite the club's fortunes still looking bleak with the club stuck in the relegation zone in the Premier League.
When Mick Mccarthy was sacked by club officials, Connor stepped in as interim manager, but has been unable to reverse the club's poor form.
"My family are very supportive with what is going on," Connor said. "They see this as an opportunity, as I do, and I am enjoying every minute of it. It has been great.
"I feel I am picking the right teams for the games. We work on it in training, we prepare properly with video sessions - we do everything we can in order to try to win the game.
"I thought (against Stoke) we did all we could, but if you look at the free-kick which leads to the (winning) goal, I don't think it was a free-kick."