Pedro Neto has stepped up his recovery from injury by returning to the training pitch at Compton.
The Wolves winger is of course yet to play this season but his rehabilitation has taken another leap in the right direction.
Wolves’ official Twitter account posted new photos of Neto out on the grass as preparations continue for the FA Cup third round clash with Sheffield United.
Neto of course will not be ready to play in that game but one man who may well feature, depending on how much Bruno Lage rotates his squad, is Conor Coady.
He took to Instagram to share his enthusiasm about Neto’s next step and will surely be hoping the Portuguese magician is back sooner rather than later.
Some Wolves fans on Twitter were also understandably pleased with the development, coming at the end of what has been a great week.
A first win at Old Trafford since 1980 came on Monday night and now Neto is out on the training pitch – although he is not involved in full team training yet.
There’s plenty to get excited about at the moment and here is how the images went down with some Wolves supporters on social media…
Things we love to see.— Talking Wolves (@TalkingWolves) January 6, 2022
There's a star boy running down the wing, his name is Pedro Neto and he makes the Wanderers sing.— Danny Rosamond (@DannyRosamond) January 6, 2022
Come on kid, Wolves need you— 🐺Marc🐺 (@Wolves1877) January 6, 2022
Our Starboy ready to tear up the league🤩— Wolves | BenPlaysGames 🌐 (@BensPlaysGames) January 6, 2022
Our starboy is back 🤩— Jay 🟠⚫️ (@ReadyTheRope) January 6, 2022
YES YES YES! HE IS BACK— 𝘅_𝗲𝗱𝗶𝘁𝘀𝗺𝘅𝗹𝘁𝗶 (@x_editsmxlti) January 6, 2022
Great news this is back where he belongs 😍🧡🖤🐺— Zak Hasnaoui 🇲🇦🇮🇹 (@hasnaoui_zak) January 6, 2022
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