Kenny Miller has urged the Wolves faithful to "stick with us" as their frustrations at a hugely disappointing season showed signs of spilling over.
Unrest grew during Saturday's 2-2 draw with Gillingham, with sections of the crowd booing the team off at half-time and also directing critical chants at chief executive Jez Moxey amid the increase in season ticket prices.
While understanding their disappointment top scorer Miller - whose header was his 13th goal of the season - insisted the fans needed to be patient.
"We walked in at halftime getting jeered but I thought we controlled the first half," said Miller.
"We didn't look like losing a goal and I had a chance where I could have volleyed one rather than taking a touch.
"I thought it would only be a matter of time before we scored in the second half but we walked off to jeers and I thought people might be a bit patient.
"We know fans pay their money and can have their say but it's disappointing because we controlled the game.
"Teams are always going to come here and make it hard and if it takes to the 90th minute then so be it.
"To be fair to the fans we know it has been a disappointing-season so they're going to air their views.
"But it's the same for the players and coaches because we know we are better than what we've shown so far.
"I just hope the fans will get behind us again, it's been hard but we've still got an outside chance.
"We will still keep going --we still believe - so hopefully the supporters will show that belief as well." Miller, who admitted the "horrendous" pitch made it difficult to play quickfire football, had his sentiments echoed by boss Glenn Hoddle.
"I felt from even before we kicked off the crowd didn't have its normal feel," said Hoddle.
"Normally they're up for the game but the atmosphere was different and some of the chants they made at Jez and whatever is going on with season tickets were, in my opinion, unjust.
"When you turn up to watch your team play, as they have been, everyone has got to be 100 per cent behind the team and positive.
"But people pay their money and are welcome to vent their feelings, whether they are getting behind the team or there's some negativity there."