Max Kilman picked up an injury in the second half of Wolves’ 2-1 win over Newcastle.
He was down for a few minutes but was able to continue, with Willy Boly warming up as a precaution.
As per the Express and Star, Kilman was asked about the issue and said it’s nothing serious.
“Yeah all good,” he said when asked how the injury is. “It was nothing serious, everything is fine. I’m glad I managed to finish the game.”
Kilman has been in impressive form so far this term and was also asked if England recognition is something he thinks about.
“No, not really to be honest. I just want to perform well week in, week out for Wolves.
“If things like that come in the future, then they come in the future. I’m not worried about it now. I’m just making sure I keep my head down and do my best for Wolves.”
Kilman would have had the international break to recover anyway but it is a bonus that Wolves haven’t suffered another central defensive injury.
Yerson Mosquera’s long-term absence is a blow and Boly himself is still working his way back to fitness.
Kilman won the August player of the month award and is on the shortlist for the September award too.
He has taken his chance superbly well and he will muscle in on the England conversation if he keeps playing like he is.
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