Winger Razak Boukari is back in training after five months out with a troublesome calf injury.
But Wolves boss Dean Saunders will not be rushing the 25-year-old Togo international to ensure he is fully fit and ready when he does get the green light to resume action.
Boukari suffered the injury in the early stages of the 1-0 win against Sheffield Wednesday on September 29.
It has been a rare complaint of which few cases have been recorded and has involved the winger travelling to a specialist in France as well as receiving treatment from the Wolves’ medical team.
His recovery will be continued to be monitored before it is decided when he can return to some form of match action.
“Razak was out there training on the pitch today,” said manager Dean Saunders.
“I don’t know how his calf is going to stand up to full-time training yet, but he was back out there and we’ll see how he is.”
Adam Hammill is a doubt for tomorrow’s trip to Millwall after suffering whiplash in a car accident but there are no other fresh injury worries for the game.