Kenny Miller may have finished his last game at Molineux in Wanderers colours as a winner.
But the Scots international knows there is no escaping the fact that the 2005/6 promotion campaign can be summed up in a single word.
Disappointing - that's the only word to describe it,' said Miller, speaking to The Birmingham Post
'With the players we've got we should have been fighting for automatic promotion never mind the play-offs.
'At worst we should have been looking to fall back on the play-offs. The players need to take some responsibility for that because on certain days we haven't performed.'
No one seems able to quite put their finger on where it all started to go wrong. After finishing strongly last season, the team failed to carry their momentum into the new campaign, leading to widespread disillusionment amongst the Molineux faithfull.
All anyone does know, is that the current state of affairs is viewed as unnaceptable, from the very top of the club, right down to its grass roots.
'We're a good team, we've got good players who haven't become bad players overnight - but we have totally and utterly underachieved as a team.
'Everyone involved, manager, coaches and players, needs to take a long hard look at themselves because it's been very disappointing.' ended the soon to be leaving young Scotsman, echoing the thoughts of Wolverhampton Wanderer fans across the land