Premier League outfit Wolverhampton Wanderers have, on Thursday evening, provided a major update on the managerial situation at the club.
The last couple of weeks, of course, have seen the subject of the bench at Molineux take centre stage in the English football headlines.
This comes after the powers that be at Wolves, on the back of a dismal opening to the campaign, came to the conclusion that Bruno Lage was no longer the right man to lead the club forward.
Speculation, in turn, has since been rampant regarding just who could be set to take up the reins in England’s west Midlands.
The likes of Michael Beale and even ex-boss Nuno Espirito Santo have been tipped as potential arrivals to date.
After the former opted to knock back a fresh approach on Wednesday, though, the Wolves hierarchy have, tonight, come to a definitive decision.
As confirmed in an official statement across the club’s social media platforms, caretaker manager Steve Davis is set to remain in charge at Molineux until, at the very least, the beginning of 2023:
‘The move provides continuity and stability within the first-team group until a permanent head coach is appointed.
‘Davis will continue to be assisted by James Collins and Tony Roberts, while the club will look to extend the coaching team in the coming weeks to provide additional support.’