Wolves midfielder Taylor Perry is spending the season on loan in League 1 with Cheltenham Town.

Cheltenham beat Morecambe 3-1 last night but Perry missed out on the squad entirely.

That was the first time he has played no part in a Cheltenham league game since August.

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It was due to injury and after the game, manager Michael Duff provided an update on Perry’s fitness to the club website.

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“He’s not as bad as what we thought,” said Duff when asked for an update on Perry.

“He’s probably out for three or four weeks. We were worried at one point.

“There was no-one near him [when he got injured] so it could have been a lot more significant. Hopefully nothing too major.”

 

Perry has been impressing on loan and won Cheltenham’s Player of the Month award for September.

That makes it all the more frustrating that his progress has been halted for what could be as long as a month.

But it is positive that the injury is not as bad as first feared. It is always concerning when a player goes down with nobody near them.

Perry will hope to come back stronger around mid-November and continue his strong performances.

Cheltenham are currently 12th in League One, which represents a decent start to the season given the fact they were promoted last term.

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