Manager Kenny Jackett has admitted in an interview with Wolverhampton Wanderers’ official Youtube channel that it is ‘now or never’ for his side.
Wolves have failed to live up to expectations throughout the campaign so far, and they were beaten 2-1 by Preston North End in their most recent outing.
The Midlands club currently sit in 12th place in the Championship table and Jackett admits that time is running out if they are to gatecrash the top six.
“We have to just look at the next game,” Jackett said, when asked whether Wolves still have a chance of making the play offs. “It looks sort of now or never.
“If we can win games on the spin, and that’s what you need to do in that division, then we can change the outlook at the club. “
Wolves went into the season as one of the favourites to achieve promotion, however things have not gone according to plan.
Jackett has seen a number of his key players ruled out with injury, while Wolves also failed to keep hold of striker Benik Afobe in January.
Jackett’s men are now 11 points adrift of the top six, and only a remarkable improvement over the last 15 games will see them mount a promotion push.
Wolves’ next match comes on Saturday against a Huddersfield Town side who have been vastly improved since the appointment of David Wagner.