Dave Edwards has told Wolverhampton Wanderers’ official website that he knows Paul Lambert is in it for the long-haul at Molineux.
Lambert was appointed at Wolves midway through this season, and he has had mixed success at the Midlands side so far.
Although the Scot has successfully helped Wolves avoid a relegation battle, they remain in a disappointing 16th place in the Championship table.
However, Edwards insists that he is enjoying playing for Lambert - and he wants the former Aston Villa and Norwich City boss to be given time.
“He doesn’t want to be here for the short term. The world of a football manager is very indifferent because it’s difficult to stay at a club for a long period of time," Edwards said.
“I know he sees this as a real project for himself and, along with the owners, they’ve really settled us down this back end of the season.
“Even when results have been up and down, inside the training ground, levels of motivation and work ethic have never changed. We’re very together at the moment."
Lambert has hinted that he will make big changes at Wolves over the summer, as he plots an improved season next time around.
Wolves should have money to spend in the upcoming transfer window, as Lambert looks to make some valuable additions.
Wolves are also expected to offload a number of their fringe players, with their current squad looking bloated.
Wolves’ final four matches this season come against Blackburn Rovers, Huddersfield Town, Derby County and Preston North End.
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