Wolves Assistant Manager Terry Connor is to leave the Club today after 13 years working in a number of different roles.
Roles he has worked during his time with the Club include a stint as Manager.
The Wolves Club website says "he leaves Wolves with the very best wishes and thanks of everyone at the Club. A fuller tribute to Terry's long-standing service to Wolves will be paid in due course.
Wolves player Matt Jarvis says caretaker boss Terry Connor remains "the man for the job" despite the club's slide to the bottom of the Barclays Premier League.
The midlands club have let in 14 goals in four games under Connor and suffered their 10th home defeat of the campaign in the 5-0 reverse to Manchester United on Sunday.
Wolves key midfielder Karl Henry has lost his battle to be fit for the weekend Barclays Premier League clash with leaders Manchester United at Molineux.
Henry suffered a hamstring strain 10 days ago.
Caretaker boss Terry Connor has ruled him out for Sunday's game but hopes he will be available to face Norwich on March 24.
"We had to analyse what we felt we didn't go well against Fulham and analyse the stuff we did the week before when we played Newcastle. We know the significance of the game against Blackburn but we have to prepare the same. We are professional people and we have to do the job properly"