Wolverhampton Wanderers youngster Renat Dadashov is back training again, after suffering an ACL injury last year.

The 21-year-old suffered the issue in training whilst on loan at Swiss outfit Grasshopper at the start of the 2020/21 season.

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Dadashov required surgery, and has been working hard in his rehabilitation back at Wolves ever since.

Today, the Wolves Academy Twitter account released images of the prospect back on the grass at Compton.

The player had been doing individual sessions, but the latest images show him involved with other youth team players.

 

Dadashov seems to be making good progress, and hopes will be high that he can feature in a competitive setting before the season is out.

Dadashov’s injury was a big setback in his development and for Wolves, who feel very positive about the youngster’s future.

The starlet, who signed for the club in the summer of 2019 from Estoril, is already a full Azerbaijan international, and was described by the club’s former sporting director Kevin Thelwell as ‘an exciting prospect’.

Thelwell also said (via Wolves official): “In Renat, I’m very hopeful we have secured a signing who will develop into a fantastic footballer in the future.”

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