Wolves boss Mick McCarthy has called for solidarity as they look to end a run of negative results at home to West Ham United on Saturday.
The Molineux outfit have lost their last four Premier League games and have found themselves making headlines for the wrong reasons following the reckless tackle which resulted in the dismissal of captain Karl Henry at Wigan two weeks ago.
"It's a huge game for us and everybody knows that," McCarthy told the club's official website.
"The club has taken a bit of a bashing over the last few weeks and we all get sensitive about that and don't think we deserve it.
"The only way to come out of it though is for all of us to stick together as a club – players, management, staff and fans.
"It's about the solidarity that we all share as a club – nothing to do with anyone on the outside but just the welfare of this football club.
"The fans have been fantastic so far this season, and we will need them more than ever against a West Ham side who have had some decent results recently.
"Everyone who is coming to the game has to get right behind us as I know they will and make sure everyone connected with Wolves is together.
"It has been a tough few weeks but team spirit and morale remain good and we have to go out and get a positive result."