Wolverhampton Wanderers defender Willy Boly has been pictured back at Compton Park.

The Ivory Coast international has been nursing a hamstring injury he sustained in pre-season against Real Betis.

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Willy Boly (Photo by Jack Thomas – WWFC/Wolves via Getty Images)

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The 30-year-old lasted only 17 minutes of that game before being substituted.

That game was almost a month ago now, and it seems Boly is closing in on a return.

The injury forced Boly to miss Wolves’ opening Premier League game against Leicester City last weekend.

The latest batch of photos from the club show £67,000-a-week star Boly (Spotrac) working with a coach.


It looks like individual training, and he does not appear in any photos with the rest of the group.

Willy Boly back on the grass at Compton

Yerson Mosquera, who also recently sustained a hamstring injury, is nowhere to be seen.

The Colombian youngster is a bit behind Boly in terms of his recovery, having sustained his issue against Coventry City on August 1.

Boly return needed

It might be unlikely for Boly to return against Tottenham Hotspur this weekend.

He may have shaken off the injury, but it’s probable he will be lacking match fitness.

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Willy Boly (Photo by Jack Thomas – WWFC/Wolves via Getty Images)

Wolves fans will certainly hope to see him against Spurs though.

With Max Kilman in good form, adding Boly back into the equation would be a real boost for Bruno Lage.

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