James Henry is back in contention as Wolves return to action at home to MK Dons.
Winger Henry has missed Wanderers’ last four games due to a groin injury, the last of which came at the end of November as the Black Country club were not in FA Cup action last weekend having been knocked out in the first round.
Right-back Matt Doherty is not yet ready having missed the 1-0 defeat at Peterborough last time out due to a hamstring problem.
Striker Liam McAlinden will hope to make Kenny Jackett’s matchday squad having this week been recalled from his loan spell at Shrewsbury.
Antony Kay, meanwhile, will return to the MK Dons squad for the first time in two-and-a-half months when Karl Robinson’s side travel to Wolves.
Dons boss Robinson confirmed at his pre-match press conference on Thursday that centre-half Kay, out of action since September after undergoing hip surgery, will be included among the substitutes at Molineux.
Midfielders Dale Jennings and Darren Potter will also be available after their absence last weekend against Dover – on loan Barnsley man Jennings was ineligible to play in the FA Cup while Potter was suspended for the second round tie against the Conference South side.
However, Dele Alli, Daniel Powell, Luke Chadwick (foot) and long-term absentee Dean Bowditch (hip) remain on the sidelines.