Wolves host Huddersfield Town at Molineux on Wednesday evening (kick-off 7.45pm) in their tenth fixture of the 2014/15 Sky Bet Championship campaign.
Kenny Jackett's side are currently third in the table having taken 18 points from eight league games, drawing 3-3 with Reading in their last outing at the Madejski Stadium on Sunday afternoon.
Michael Hector put the home side in front on 19 minutes giving Reading a 1-0 advantage at the break. The teams then shared five second half goals with James Henry, Lee Evans and Jake Taylor all netting just after half time before Dave Edwards and Glenn Murray late goals rounded of a thrilling Sky Bet Championship encounter.
With eight points from their opening nine games, the Terriers sit 20th in the league table. Defeating Millwall 2-1 in their last outing at the John Smith's Stadium on Saturday afternoon.
Nahki Wells gave the hosts the lead when he volleyed in from Harry Bunn's flick-on but the Lions equalised through Ed Upson's strike before the break. Bunn was then brought down in the area by Nicky Bailey and Wells slotted home the penalty to put the hosts back in front.
Huddersfield last visited Molineux in April 2013 and left 3-1 winners. Stephen Ward gave Wolves a 1-0 lead after four minutes but the visitors fought back through Sean Scannell and a Jermaine Beckford brace to seal victory.
Kenny Jackett has confirmed that Nouha Dicko is available for selection against Huddersfield after the striker missed Sunday's draw with Reading.
Matt Doherty (ankle) and Sam Ricketts (hip) are doubtful for Wednesdays game as they are both recovering from their respective injuries.
Loan signing Yannick Sagbo is available to feature against the Terriers after joining Wolves from Hull City on Tuesday morning.
Pre Match ViewsKenny Jackett
"It’s a totally different game to the one against Millwall on Saturday. I watched them on Sunday against Reading and they have some good players as well as momentum, which is huge. They have it in spades at the moment and that’s not just down to their football, but that club is huge and it can sense that it is on its way back after having a dreadful time through successive relegations.
"Now they could create a remarkable record in becoming the first team to go down two Leagues only to bounce straight back successively.
“They have a good Manager in Kenny (Jackett); a man I know from our local rivalry when I was Manager at Charlton. Everything is in place for them."
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