Under fire Wolves interim boss Connor holds talks with chairman

The 49-year-old confirms he met with chairman Steve Morgan and chief executive Jez Moxey and is rumoured to be in line to take charge of the relegated club permanently
Wolves interim manager Terry Connor held a meeting with chairman Steve Morgan and chief executive Jez Moxey on Monday regarding his future at the club.

It is believed that the former assistant is the only person at the moment to have been spoken to about the taking up a permanent role at the recently relegated Midlands outfit.

"I went up to meet with Steve and Jez because I was asked to go there to speak to them," Connor told The Express and Star.

"That's what I did and then I went on to the Wigan game because we play them next - I carried on my duties if you like, watched the game and came back.
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"I oversaw training and testing yesterday and I'll carry on until May 13."

The 49-year-old refused to discuss exactly what the meeting was regarding and insisted he just wants to round off a disappointing campaign before the club prepare for life outside of the top flight.

"I went up for a chat," Connor continued. "I'm not prepared to discuss what we actually said. We discussed what we discussed. Now we'll finish off the season and we'll see what happens.

"I have no idea about a timescale."

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