Wolves manager Mick McCarthy insists he will have no feelings of regret when he returns to his former club Sunderland on Sunday.
McCarthy won promotion to the Premier League as Sunderland manager in 2005 but did not last the season and was sacked in March 2006.
He was given just £6million to spend on new players - a far cry from the multi-millions current Sunderland manager Steve Bruce has been able to invest in his squad.
But McCarthy is not a man to look back and he is just focused on the job in hand at Molineux, saying: "I am delighted with what we are doing here, how we are doing it and the opportunities that I have got.
"It is all about timing. If we want to start wishing my life back then I wish I was still fit enough to play for Manchester City.
"If I had one wish it would not be to go back to Sunderland with all the money, it would be to be able to play at Manchester City now, to be in that team and be at the top of the Premier League and earning £100,000 a week."