Wolverhampton Wanderers owner Steve Morgan addressed the crowd at the end-of-season evening event and backed Jackett to go again next season.
After back-to-back relegations from the Premier League and the Championship, Kenny Jackett stopped the rot at Molinuex in style.
Not only did Wolves bounce back to the second tier at the first attempt, they did it breaking records along the way and culminating in a final points tally of 103-points, a record for the third tier.
But success in League One is not what Wolverhampton Wanderers exist for and it’s just the first step in our return to the Premier League.
Morgan backed Jackett to push the team on again, as Wolves aim to follow back-to-back relegations with back-to-back promotions.
“I said this time last year in a written statement that we have to go into League One with humility and treat every game like a Cup Final and be respectful of every single team we play – and I think we`ve done that and the results prove it.
“I will say exactly the same for next year. The Championship is arguably the toughest League in Europe, possible the world, in the sense that anybody can beat anybody on any one occasion.’ Morgan told the Telford International Centre.
He continued: ‘one thing I love about Ken (Jackett) is that he already knows what he wants for next year. I`ve never experienced that in my time at the club where a manager, even before the season has finished, knows exactly what he wants for next year. And he will be supported 100 per cent to achieve what he wants.
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