Wolves have released some new training photos today, and defender Willy Boly is back with the rest of his teammates.
The Ivory Coast international recently suffered a setback, ruling him out of the games against Norwich City, Burnley and Liverpool.
He suggested Boly could be out for the rest of 2021.
But the star was surprisingly back on the bench for the weekend trip to Manchester City.
That might well just have been to fill a spot. He was not pictured in any training photos last week ahead of the City clash, suggesting he may not have been fully fit.
But it seems £10 million ace Boly could potentially match-ready now, having resumed full training at Compton Park.
The latest batch of photos also depict summer signing Yerson Mosquera outdoors.
The £4.5 million Colombian is working his way back from a high-grade hamstring injury that required surgery.
Since he suffered that injury against Tottenham Hotspur in October, Mosquera has only been seen indoors doing gym work.
That was a huge blow for the player, who had only just recovered from another hamstring issue shortly after signing.
Wolves fans remain very excited to see what he can bring to the table.
It’s thought he’ll be back in January at the earliest.
Good signs from the latest Wolves training photos
Wolves having Boly (apparently) fit again is really important. He’ll presumably be heading to AFCON in January, but it’s good to have him on standby for the next few weeks.
Romain Saiss, Conor Coady and Max Kilman have played every Premier League so far.
They’ve all done really well, but it could be that one will need rotating very soon as the games come thick and fast.
And Mosquera being pictured outside is also positive. It would perhaps suggest he has started doing mobility work