The Wolves have confirmed that Steve Davis will remain acting head coach until 2023 as their search for a permanent boss continues.
Davis took on caretaker duties after Bruno Lage was sacked earlier this month while the club was in the relegation zone, before former Sevilla head coach Julen Lopetegui reportedly stepped down from the job.
Since Wolverhampton became caretaker, the Wolves have lost two of their three matches, although between those two defeats they have won against fellow struggling Nottingham Forest.
The announcement comes after earlier reports that Queens Park Rangers’ Michael Beal had turned down an offer from Wolverhampton to take over at Molineux.
In a statement on the club’s official website, chairman Jeff Shea said: “In the short time that Steve and his team have been in charge of the first team, we have already seen improvements in the group.
“We have no plans to rush to find a new permanent head coach and we will in no way compromise our approach to appointing someone who we feel is the perfect fit for our club, our team and the role of head coach at Wolves. . ”
We can confirm that Steve Davis will remain in charge of the first team until 2023.
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