Last Updated: Thu, 29 Mar 2012 14:45
Wolves boss Terry Connor has urged the clubs fans to back the team and to stop booing skipper Roger Johnson.
The former Blues man has had a tough season at Molineux since his move last summer and recently was fined and disciplined by the club for turning up worse for wear to a training session.
That episode is now over and Connor claims the fans should put it behind them and give the player their full support.
"I want the fans to support him - he's done his thing and he's paid his dues," Connor told the Express and Star.
"It's over and done with and done and dusted.
"He came back against Norwich, and, like the rest of the lads, he gave a good account of himself.
"So I want the fans to get behind the team and all the players, and back them 100 per cent.
"Do people think I should leave him out because they might boo him?
"When we lost on Saturday, the fans clapped and cheered the players off because I think they saw the application and grit that the players put in.
"They did the same against Manchester United, so they're backing the players and the team.
"Whichever 11 starts the game, my message to them is back those players."
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