Journalist Tim Spiers has suggested the Wolves camp is still in a decent place right now, despite social media rumours to the contrary.
The club is currently in a difficult moment.
Bruno Lage has come in for a fair bit of criticism in recent weeks for overseeing some really poor performances.
Wolves have lost their last three games in the Premier League. And they have failed to score in each of those defeats.
The latest performance against Brighton was absolutely dreadful, with many fans leaving before Yves Bissouma had even added the Seagull’s third goal late on.
Some were left to question how things have been behind the scenes lately.
After the 3-0 loss, rumours began to circulate online that there had been a bust-up in training.
The Athletic reporter Spiers appeared on the latest Express & Star podcast to set the record straight.
He said: “It’s pretty tight bunch. Have there been disagreements? I’d say yes there have been. Have there been bust-ups? I’d say no. Is there mutiny? I would say no.
“I was there a few weeks ago to see first-hand. I went in to interview Bruno Lage and on the spot he said ‘Do you want to hang around for training?’
“I don’t think he would have done that if there were any kind of fractions in the group.
“I do hear from staff there that this is one of the tightest bunches they’ve seen in their careers.”
Tim Spiers update is a relief, and Wolves players must stay together
This is encouraging news about the current state of the Wolves camp.
The past few performances have perhaps suggested something untoward had happened behind the scenes.
But it seems there is nothing really in the rumours that were flying around post-Brighton.
Disagreements are surely commonplace at all professional football clubs.
It’s vital that the Wolves players all stick together now. And that includes with the manager.
Things are potentially going to get tougher given the remaining fixtures.