Wolves winger Adama Traore is now back at the club’s training camp, after leaving to go and have a scan on his hamstring.
The star left temporarily to go to Barcelona to have tests on the injury he was carrying before flying out to Alicante.
Wolves will now wait for the results of the scan.
But Traore is back at the camp now and has been out doing individual work this morning.
Express & Star journalist Liam Keen got a snap of the Spaniard, stating he looked as though he was ‘moving well’. A short video then followed.
It is a good sign and appears to be in keeping with the earlier suggestion that the issue is not serious.
Also from this morning, Express & Star journalist Nathan Judah reports that Hwang Hee-chan has been out doing individual work.
The South Korea international has previously been seen participating in drills with the rest of his teammates.
It is unclear whether he has a slight niggle and is therefore doing some light training, or it is simply just extra work.
It remains to be seen if both players will be featuring in Wolves’ game against Deportivo Alaves on Wednesday.
They take on the Spanish outfit, before facing Levante, Besiktas and the Villarreal B Team.
Good news for Wolves as Traore returns to ball work
It is encouraging to see that Traore is back out doing some ball work.
The 25-year-old will hopefully be able to shake off the issue very soon and have some involvement in the upcoming matches.
It could be that Traore actually doesn’t play any of the games ultimately.
At the moment, he is being linked with an exit from the club due to being in the final year of his contract.
If the plan is to cash in, then at least this injury he has seemingly isn’t serious and shouldn’t affect his departure.