Boubacar Traore has made his return to full first-team training at Wolves.
The midfielder has been on the sidelines since picking up a groin injury in Marbella.
Julen Lopetegui initially thought the 21-year-old might be ready to face Everton on Boxing Day.
But he suffered a setback. The manager then said he would be out for up to two months with his injury.
It was a big blow for Traore, who had been looking really good just before the World Cuo.
On his last appearance for the club, he scored the winner against Leeds United in the Carabaco Cup to set up the quarter-final with Nottingham Forest.
Traore had surgery after his injury, and he has been working hard to get back to full fitness.
Last week, he was pictured outdoors at Compton Park, but he was only doing individual work.
But today, Wolves have shared new photos and it looks as though Traore has rejoined the rest of his teammates which is very encouraging.
It is now about building up his fitness.
But it’s going to be hard for Traore to do that, as Wolves’ squad now has more quality in it than when he last featured.
Mario Lemina and Joao Gomes have both come in and are new options for Lopetegui.
There’s also Ruben Neves, Matheus Nunes, Joao Moutinho and Joe Hodge.
Not to mention Daniel Podence and Matheus Cunha both have the capacity to play as a number 10.
Great news for Wolves as Boubacar Traore resumes full training, but he’s got work to do
This is great to see and hopefully Traore will be able to get up to speed quickly.
The youngster was really unfortunate to get injured when he did.
He’d been improving by the week just before the World Cup. And he would have been itching to make an impression on Lopetegui.
It’s going to be difficult for the £10 million star to get a decent amount of minutes between now and the end of the season.
Lopetegui has a lot of options at his disposal. That’s healthy for the squad, but perhaps not so great for Traore personally.