Former Liverpool, Manchester United and Inter Milan midfielder Paul Ince has offered to manage Wolves for the rest of the Premier League season.
Ince, who played for the Midlands outfit at the tail end of this career, has been linked with a role at the club for next season however the former MK Dons manager feels he can of more assistance to the club now.
Wolves are languishing at the bottom of the Premier League table with results failing to improve under Terry Connor who was appointed in February following the dismissal of Mick McCarthy.
With just seven games left in the season Wolves are fighting for their lives and Ince would love to help out for the remainder of the campaign.
“When I spoke to (chairman) Jez (Moxey) about the situation, he said the job was about experience, but a day later they appointed Terry,” the former Macclesfield Town, Blackburn Rovers, MK Dons and Notts Country boss told Express & Star.
“With all due respect to TC (Connor), I’ve got more managerial experience than him. I’ve saved teams from relegation, I’ve got teams promoted and I’ve managed in the Premier League.
“But the job at the moment is about motivating players and the fans and I feel I can do that. I feel I should be at the club now.
“If someone said: ‘Take it for the last seven games’ I’d do it, because it’s Wolves and they’re my club and they’re only going one way at the moment.”