Connor set for survival bonus

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Caretaker manager Terry Connor will receive a sizeable bonus if he keeps Wolves in the Barclays Premier League after taking charge until the end of the season, club owner Steve Morgan has confirmed.

Assistant-manager Connor has been put in charge for the final 13 games of the season - starting with today's clash with Newcastle at the Sports Direct Arena. Club owner Steve Morgan has challenged the 50-year-old to stake a claim to take the job permanently after replacing the sacked Mick McCarthy.

Morgan confirmed: "The terms of Terry's appointment are private and confidential. But let's just say he might be able to have a nice bottle of wine, or two or three, if he keeps us up!"

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