It looks as though Bruno Lage will be able to call on Willy Boly for Wolverhampton Wanderers for the game against Everton.
The Ivory Coast international was forced to miss the last Premier League game against Leeds United.
Lage said that the centre-half had felt sick, with the medical department ruling him out against the Whites (via Birmingham Mail).
It seems Boly has now recovered though.
The 30-year-old can be seen joining in with the rest of the group at Compton Park.
At the moment of course, Boly is not starting for Wolves.
He began the campaign with a hamstring injury he picked up in pre-season.
But he recovered from the issue fairly quickly and has been available for selection since the third game against Manchester United.
Despite being fit to play (apart from last weekend), Lage has decided to keep the faith in Max Kilman, Conor Coady and Romain Saiss.
All three have done well on the whole, meaning Boly is still without a Premier League appearance to his name so far this term.
The only game he has played was against Tottenham Hotspur in the Carabao Cup last month.
Boly will need to be patient it seems
It is definitely a surprise that Boly hasn’t gone straight back into the starting XI.
On paper, the £10 million star is Wolves’ best defender.
But, arguably, Kilman, Coady and Saiss have not really done much to warrant being dropped.
Lage is clearly a loyal individual, so Boly may have to get comfortable as he waits for a chance to get back in.