Wolves have posted photos of Pedro Neto stepping up his return from injury on Twitter and Instagram.
Neto was spotted doing some light work with a football during the international break.
The winger is of course yet to play a minute of football this season but is working to be back fit.
In Bruno Lage’s latest update on Neto to the club website, he said: “Our doctor went to Portugal on Monday or Tuesday to see Pedro and the good news is that everything is ok with his injury.
“He can continue with his recovery and he can now start to work harder than he has been able to.
“From his point of view, Pedro needs five or six weeks to start training with us and then he needs to do a pre-season, maybe three or four weeks, to work and to be fit to play in this competition, because it’s very hard.
“Maybe in the middle of January we can have him in the stadium to start playing with us.”
Club captain Conor Coady is one of the players away on international duty while Neto trains at Compton and he reacted to the snaps on Instagram.
It is great news all round that Neto’s recovery is seemingly going in the right direction.
Coady’s excitement will likely be shared by every Wolves fan and it is to be hoped that there are no setbacks with his recovery.
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