Whilst we're on the subject of Wolves there have been a number of Wolves fans who have been calling for Mick McCarthy to be sacked at the end of this season and be replaced by...well, Paul Ince seems to be the name that crops up most often, but the names Sam Allardyce, Sammy Lee and even Richard Money have also been mentioned.
True, Paul Ince has been a roaring success at Milton Keynes Dons but it doesn't follow that he would automatically be successful two divisions higher up, where the stakes - and the expectations levels - are much higher.
Those who advocate managerial change would do well to consider the recent fortunes of Hereford United, (promoted last weekend with long-serving ex-Wolves manager Graham Turner at the helm) or the precarious position that Leicester City and Southampton now find themselves in after chopping and changing managers.
Mick McCarthy has built a hardworking, committed Wolves team that have been in and around the playoffs two seasons running and he should be allowed to continue what he has started.
For years Wolves fans have been crying out for a young, hungry Wolves team. Well guess what guys we've got one! Hennessey, Elokobi, Foley, Kightly, Jarvis, Keogh, Ebanks-Blake, Eastwood , D.Edwards and Henry are all 25 or under. However, as Charles Ross pointed out in his recent editorial for the Wolves fanzine 'A Load Of Bull' if you pay £125,000 for a player in his early twenties from Stoke City (Karl Henry) then you are not going to get Claude Makele. Quite so. These players are not the finished articles and we shouldn't expect them to be.
Macca has been in charge for 21 months and , taken as a whole, we've seen real progress in that time. Even McCarthy's fiercest critics have to acknowledge that had we had Matt Murray and Michael Kightly fit all season - to say nothing of Ebanks-Blake from the start of it - then we might just have a few more points on the board.
Wolves are building something here. I just hope Mick McCarthy is given the chance to continue with it. Whatever happens on Sunday the club is still moving in the right direction.
OK then. Strap yourself in and sit tight for Sunday's white knuckle ride...!