Michael Kightly says Wolves continue to believe they can avoid relegation.
Wolves have now lost ten league matches on home soil, the first time that has happened in a single season since 1985/86 when they were relegated into the Fourth Division and not in the top flight since 1964/65 when they fell into the second tier.
“We know our form is not great but if you look at the table we are still right in there,” Kightly said.
“We have to keep that in mind and think about the next game because we are only one win away from potentially being out of the bottom three. It’s not like we are five or six points adrift. So we have to take that as a positive and build on it and be ready for our next game.
“We have to stay positive, there is no other way. If we start getting down about it we might as well just throw in the towel now.
“There is still a good chance of staying in the league and while that is there we will fight to the end. We will go again on Saturday.”
Wolves travel to Norwich, who are also in a rut having lost four of their last five games in all competitions. Kightly says the support against Manchester United has given the team renewed optimism.
“Whether it was through humour or not I certainly noticed the support out there on the pitch and I thought ‘fair play to the fans’ – it did help us massively.
“I think those fans who were singing showed their true colours – they were tremendous. I’d ask them to keep getting behind us and hopefully we can pull through it together.
“If we can just get that extra couple of per cent from the fans getting behind us it does really help.”