PAUL Ince and Colin Cameron today called on Wolves to resolve the future of boss Glenn Hoddle - to help the club start building for the future.
Hoddle and the Molineux board have insisted no decision will be taken until the end of the season, but with the play-off bid now doomed to failure clamour is growing for Wolves to steal a march for the next campaign by resolving the manager's situation.
Both the experienced midfielders are hoping for a speedy resolution, not least Ince, who has not only been recommended for a new contract by Hoddle but is also believed to be in the frame for the vacant managerial position at Chester.
"Glenn for me has done a really good job and his technical awareness of how the game should be played is A1," said Ince.
"I've enjoyed working with him again and it would be nice to work with him another year but that's not my decision.
"All I can do is make sure my troops go out on a Saturday and perform.
"Fingers crossed it will be resolved ASAP now the season is coming to an end so the club can know what it's doing.
"I think I'm playing well enough to decide I can go on now. I need to see what's happening with Glenn before any decisions.
"The gaffer's made his recommendation and the ball is in Jez's court (chief executive Jez Moxey) to make the phone call - I'm not going to hang around for ever."
Ince declined to elaborate on the speculation linking him with the Chester job but would probably prefer another year playing on at Wolves and being groomed for a coaching or managerial position.
Cameron's situation is different - he already has a contract for another season - but he too insists the playing staff would prefer to know what is around the corner.
"At any club you need stability so the sooner that gets sorted out the better," he said.
Hoddle continues to play a straight bat when confronted with the question.
He said: "We will assess things when the season is over."