18th December 2017
Wolves striker Joe Mason is currently unavailable for his loan club Burton Albion due to having had a spell in hospital with an inflamed appendix.
Mason, who scored on his debut for the Brewers, has made seven appearances during the loan spell so far, the most recent of which was against Sunderland on November 25th.
Since then he has been suffering from illness which has seen him unavailable for selection and unfortunately, hospitalised.
He is now out of hospital and starting his recovery.
“Joe spent several days in hospital as a result of an acutely inflamed appendix,” says Wolves Sporting Director Kevin Thelwell.
“Fortunately he has now been discharged and is back at Compton to start his recovery.
“It is such an unfortunate situation especially as he made a really good start to his loan spell, but the priority for now is for him to get healthy and then start thinking about returning to football.
“We remain in regular dialogue with Burton Albion and will assess Joe’s situation again when his loan spell ends in January, by which time hopefully he will have recovered or certainly be very close.”