Wolverhampton Wanderers manager Paul Lambert has promised improvements for next season, after a disappointing campaign this time round.

It’s been a difficult year for Wolves’ fans, and the highest they can finish this season is 15th in the Sky Bet Championship.

Hopes were high following their takeover at the start of the season, but things haven’t quite worked out.

However, Lambert has called on the fans to continue with their support of the club, as he feels this could be key to them having success next year.

Speaking to the Birmingham Mail, Lambert said: “There have been a lot of people that have had success at this club, and the reason for that is the support behind them.

“If we really get it going, and go into the season having rebuilt, then it’s going to be really good.”

Lambert was full of praise for the support the side received during their defeat at Derby County last weekend.

“The supporters were unbelievable at Derby, and that shows the potential that this club has.”

Looking ahead to next season, Lambert said: “It is not about performing in one-off games, it’s all about being consistent over 46 games. We’ve been far too inconsistent this season.

“We will be better next year, much better, and I have no doubt about that.”

Wolves host Preston this coming Sunday in the final game of the Sky Bet Championship season.

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