Terry Connor insists Wolves have what it takes to beat the drop despite the team's 2-0 home defeat to fellow strugglers Blackburn.
The result at Molineux left Wanderers 19th in the Barclays Premier League table, a point adrift of safety with 10 games left to play. The midlands club have won only one of their last 14 league fixtures, but Connor - in charge for the rest of the season after the sacking of Mick McCarthy - says there is still plenty of belief in the camp.
"This leaves us second-bottom, but still with a lot of fight," Connor said. "We spoke after the game and we still believe. One game doesn't make or break a season, so we will be in there and be competitive for the next 10 games."
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