Yerson Mosquera is yet to make his competitive Wolves debut after picking up an injury in pre-season.
He is back in training now though and has carried on working at Compton while some teammates are on their international break.
And he has posted a message on Instagram about his injury, suggesting he is ready to make his return.
He also exchanged messages with Raul Jimenez, who is also still at Wolves, with the club refusing Mexico’s request to release the player for international duty.
They shared a joke with each other about who won a battle of strength in training as Bruno Lage’s side gear up for their clash with Watford next week.
Jimenez’s message translates as: “tell them how I beat you”, with Mosquera responding: “that’s a lie”.
Mosquera might benefit from this period of training without games, to get his fitness back and get to know his new teammates even better.
It would be interesting to see how Mosquera would look in Lage’s back three, alongside Conor Coady and Max Kilman.
The Athletic claim Wolves were thrilled to sign Mosquera ahead of both Manchester clubs in the summer.
That underlines his huge potential, and it seems only a matter of time before Wolves fans get to see him in competitive action.
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