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Boukari returns to training

Wolves winger Razak Boukari has returned to full training after being kept out with a injured hamstring.

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Razak Boukari: Back in full training

Razak Boukari: Back in full training

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Boukari rejoined his team-mates on Monday after six weeks out with a hamstring injury sustained in the opening minutes of the 1-0 win against Sheffield Wednesday on September 29.

Wanderers boss Stale Solbakken insists the Togo international will need a run out in the reserves before he is ready to play for the first-team again though.

"Razak trained for the whole session yesterday but it's too early for him to be in the squad on Saturday (against Watford)."

"It's probably good for him to play reserve football first."

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