Kenny Jackett’s side will take on Millwall at Molineux tomorrow in what could be their final game of the 2014-15 Championship season.
The Wanderers are aiming for a top-six finish, but they may just miss out if results elsewhere go against them.
Dicko is looking forward to tomorrow’s match, but he has urged the Wolves supporters not to invade the pitch after full time.
Looking forward to showing our appreciation to the fans after Saturday's game. You've been great to us all season.— Nouha Dicko (@DNouha) May 1, 2015
But we can only do that if you guys stay off the pitch so please keep Molineux clear after the game.— Nouha Dicko (@DNouha) May 1, 2015
Heading into this weekend’s round of matches in the Championship, Wolves find themselves eight in the table with 75 points from 45 matches.
Jackett’s team are just two points behind sixth-placed Derby County and will be aiming to pick up all three points against already-relegated Millwall to stand a chance of making the playoffs.
For Wolves to finish in the top six, they need to beat Millwall and hope that seventh-placed Brentford do not win at home against Wigan Athletic and Derby County lose at home to Reading.