Former Liverpool manager Graeme Souness has said that Wolverhampton Wanderers will finish bottom of the table irrespective of the way they play in the last two matches.

Wolverhampton Wanderers have already been relegated from the Premier league after failing to turn round their season even after the appointment of assistant manager Terry Connor in the full-time role.

Wolves sacked manager Mick McCarthy midway through the season after pressure from the fans for the results, but the arrival of Terry Connor has only made things worse. Their relegation from the Premier league was confirmed a few weeks ago after a defeat to Manchester city.

Now, it looks like they will finish bottom of the table, although Terry Connor has been urging his players to finish the season strongly. Yet, former Liverpool manager Graeme Souness is of the opinion that Wolves will get what they deserve this season – bottom place in the Premier league. The club has been in the rock bottom position of the Premier league since February and it is highly unlikely that they will be able to get the points on the board to overtake Blackburn – the nearest placed team. It remains to be seen over the last two match days who will be joining Wolves in the Championship next season.

“It is their third year in the Premiership and each has been a struggle for them. It’s a hard league, we all know that. And your league position doesn’t tell a lie – that’s what you are. It’s not a case of a bad month, a bad run of injuries or bad suspensions. Where you end up at the end of the season really tells you what sort of squad you have. I think Wolves are where they deserve to be, unfortunately, for their supporters,” Souness said ahead of the Everton match for Wolves.