Glenn Hoddle has called on his beleaguered Wolverhampton Wanderers side to 'regain their pride' against Coventry City this weekend.

Hoddle's side have lost their self-esteem and their last two matches against two of the Championship's less illustrious members, Plymouth Argyle and Sheffield Wednesday, and the former England manager expects to make several changes for Saturday's visit from the Sky Blues.

The match at Molineux could effectively be Wolves' last throw of the promotion dice.

If they lose and Preston North End, who occupy the sixth and final play-off berth, win at home to Norwich City, they would be 11 points behind with just four matches remaining.

Hoddle has urged his charges to bounce back from two desperate displays.

"It came at such a crucial time but it's happened and we have to pick ourselves up from that. The first port of call after a performance like that is to go out there and regain your pride," Hoddle said.

"We know we have to bounce back with a much better performance and we've got two home games to try and do that. We've definitely got to raise our level from what was probably the lowest since I've been here in all aspects of the game."

For that reason he has made every place in the team available.

"There's a chance for anyone coming in, but having watched the video of Plymouth, there's not much to beat at the moment," he said.

"When you've lost two matches you have to look and say who is up for the fight?

"I've seen a good response on the training pitch and I'll be picking my team on what I see in this week's training. There needs to be much more fight than there was at the weekend, that's for sure." ..SUPL: