Wolves chief executive Jez Moxey insists the relationship between manager Mick McCarthy and owner Steve Morgan has not been damaged over a reserve team being fielded in the 3-0 Premier League defeat at Manchester United.
Morgan, who is also the Wolves chairman, was reported to be initially concerned over McCarthy making 10 changes from the side which won at Tottenham for the trip to Old Trafford last week.
But Moxey is adamant that a strong bond still exists between Morgan and McCarthy, whose move was justified via Sunday's 2-0 win over Burnley at Molineux which lifted Wolves to 12th spot.
He said: "There are no problems at all between Mick and Steve. As has always been the case since he arrived at the club, Steve has a very strong relationship with the manager and that remains.
"Nothing should be read into the fact that the chairman has chosen not to say anything publicly.
"Steve has consistently and deliberately kept a low media profile since he took over, talking occasionally rather than commenting on day-to-day issues. That duty falls to me.
"The chairman is the busiest man I know, but dialogue regularly takes place between the three of us. We work hard on maintaining healthy relationships within the club because it's important to be unified."
Wolves were at a low ebb after losing at home to Birmingham three weeks ago but nine points from the last 12 have revived their fortunes.
Moxey said: "All of us congratulate Mick and the players for the way they have responded with such positive results since the Birmingham game.
"Of course there is a long way to go and we know there will be disappointments ahead. Nothing is more important than staying in the Premier League and it's nice to be in this position."