Wolves players have admitted to knowing little of Stale Solbakken – but the former Norway international, who has been announced as the club's new manager, comes with an impressive pedigree.
Defenders Roger Johnson and Ronald Zubar have each admitted to knowing little of their new boss.
However, while his copybook was blotted last month by being sacked by Cologne, who were then third from bottom of the Bundesliga, Solbakken has a strong record, having led FC Copenhagen to five Danish titles.
He was capped 58 times by Norway but his playing career came to an end after he suffered a cardiac arrest on the training ground at FCK, who were then managed by new England boss Roy Hodgson.
The Wolves players were informed of the appointment in a meeting with Moxey at the club’s training ground this morning and several admitted they had not heard of their new boss.
Central defender Johnson told Sky Sports News: "I am not too sure. I don’t know who the guy is to be honest.
"It is out of the blue. We’ll see what happens."
Fellor defender Zubar said: "Seriously, I don’t know who he is but I will know today for sure."
It is believed Connor will retain a role at Molineux as part of the backroom staff after 13 years service with the club.
Wolves will hope Solbakken can pump new life into a team which has endured a dismal campaign and seen their three-year spell in the Barclays Premier League come to an end.
He has Champions League experience with FC Copenhagen and steered them to a shock win over Manchester United six years ago, as well as holding Barcelona to a 1-1 draw in 2010.
But the Championship will be a new experience for Solbakken.
Chairman Steve Morgan has already promised that funds will be made available to try to restore Wolves to the top flight at the first attempt.
But Solbakken faces a fight to hold on to the likes of top scorer Steven Fletcher, fellow striker Kevin Doyle and England winger Matt Jarvis.