Two successive relegations and another manager appointed and I bet Wolves wished they stayed with Mick McCarthy?
Ex Millwall boss Kenny Jackett has been appointed as the new head coach of Wolves to replace Dean Saunders, who was sacked by the League One bound club earlier this month.
Relegation from the Premier League after all the near misses when in the Championship and the club are in free fall.
Selling the best players, getting the fans offside and the proud Midlands club are on the brink.
One thing in Wolves favour is that Jackett led Millwall to an FA Cup semi-final this season, and will be looking to arrest the decline at Molineux. He guided the Lions to promotion to the Championship with a 1-0 play-off final victory over Swindon and will hope a repeat will occur this season.
"I am both proud and delighted to have been appointed head coach at Wolves, and am really looking forward to the challenge ahead," said the former Wales international.
Jackett had spells as manager of Watford and Swansea before moving on to the Lions, but he left his post at The Den after six years in charge, stating that he felt the time was "right for a new challenge".
Continuity of manager is key to long term success unless you have the millions available to buy the best players. Clearly Wolves must rebuild the club from top to bottom but given the fan base they deserve a bit of success this season.