Jez Moxey has denied reports that he is set to leave Molineux and has reiterated his desire to see Wolverhampton Wanderers return to the Premiership.
Reports suggesting that Wolves' chief executive was set to relinquish his post have been quashed by Moxey.
"There is still a lot to accomplish at Wolves," he declared. "I intend to stay at Molineux for the foreseeable future and help the club return to the Premier League and stay there."
One man who definitely won't be at Molineux next season is Paul Ince, who has already announced his retirement at the end of this campaign.
Nevertheless, manager Glenn Hoddle intends to fully utilise his talents while he remains and Ince is on course for a return over the festive period after a four-month lay off due to a thigh injury.
Ince appeared for the reserves against Everton last night and is set to make up for lost time, as Wolves try to secure their position in the play-off zone.
"It's been a long, hard road and it's just nice that I can see that light at the end of the tunnel and I can look forward to running out at Molineux in front of the fans," said Ince.
"It's the longest I've ever been out for and the fact it's come right at the end of my career is the worst thing.
"The fact that it's been three or four months means I don't feel I've played any part in the season, so I've got a lot of catching up to do."
Hoddle will be keen to reintroduce Ince as swiftly as possible, as he has already made clear his disdain for the congested fixture programme.
A request to bring forward the Boxing Day fixture against Reading to Christmas Eve was flatly refused so Hoddle will have to juggle his squad to the full to cope with a punishing schedule of four games in eight days.
However, despite Hoddle's obvious desire to thrust Ince back into action, it is tempered by Ince's lack of fitness.
"The last thing we want to do with Paul is lose him again for the long-term," warned Hoddle.
"Paul is not match fit yet, but over the course of the four games he could be a good one to have on the bench.
"He'll be someone to put on to either hold on to a game with his experience or to throw on with 20 minutes left to be the Paul Ince of Manchester United and bomb into the box to try and rescue a game for us." ..SUPL: