Wolves missed the chance to move to within three points of the top-half of the Championship as a goal from Izzy Brown just after the half-hour mark handed the Terriers a narrow win that guaranteed their spot in the play-off places.
Unsurprisingly, with the season ending in unspectacular fashion - a recent five-match winning run ended any realistic relegation concerns the team had - the fans have been left disappointed with the Molineux side's performance recently, and have directed much of their anger towards Lambert.
On the pitch, it is Edwards who has received much of the criticism having seemingly made himself undroppable under Lambert, much to the fans' annoyance.
Edwards is one of just two players within the Wolves squad to have made at least 40 starts in the league this season - the other being Matt Doherty - and while he has contributed a number of goals, a large chunk of the supporters feel that his overall contribution has left a lot to be desired.
Here is the best of the reaction...
Unfortunately the spine of the team Stearman, Batth, Edwards, Price & Jon Dadi don't have the required quality at this level, end of #wwfc— Matt Whitten (@salopwolf) 25 April 2017
If Danny Batth and Dave Edwards are anywhere near Wolves starting 11 next year I'm avoiding Molineux like the plague. #WWFC— David Shaw (@dkshaw28) 25 April 2017
And the constant throughout these last two woeful performances? The undroppable Dave Edwards #wwfc— Ashley Birch (@ash_birch) 25 April 2017
My sympathy for Lambert is waning when he seems prepared to drop everybody else but never Edwards #wwfc— Sam (@SamW160) 25 April 2017
Price, Edwards shocking. Iorfa runs with the ball the lacks ideas what to do with it. Too many average players in that side tonight #wwfc— Danny Powers (@Danny_Powers) 25 April 2017
Burgoyne shouldn't take responsibility for their goal, Edwards should.— Matty (@MattyWWFC) 25 April 2017
No leaders on the pitch. Senior players are Batth & Edwards and they aren't captain material. #wwfc— jon dent (@jon306) 25 April 2017
Tonight is the first time I've ever advocated letting Edwards go. I love him, he'll always be my fave, but struggling to see what he offers— Robert Kostur (@Robbo_WWFC) 25 April 2017