Wolves manager Mick McCarthy appears likely to have his selection options increased for his play-off chasing side's weekend trip to automatic promotion hopefuls Preston.
Jackie McNamara is available for selection again on Saturday after missing the 2-2 home draw with Plymouth Argyle last weekend following his dismissal at Norwich four nights earlier for collecting two bookings.
Striker Craig Davies also looks like being fit after missing the Plymouth game with the knee problem that also forced him to withdraw from the Welsh squad this week.
But, although he is hoping to get the all-clear from his scan results, Davies will struggle to win an instant recall following the impact made by the new Irish strike partnership of Andy Keogh and Stephen Ward against Argyle.
Wolves are also waiting for an update on luckless left-back Charlie Mulgrew following his latest injury woe in Scotland.
The August signing from Celtic, who has been out since November after falling awkwardly in the first half of Wolves' 1-1 draw against Birmingham City, has not played since. He was allowed to go on international duty for the Scotland Under-21s in their meeting with Germany on Tuesday night to get some match practice. However, Mulgrew damaged the ligaments in his other ankle during the pre-match warm-up.
Meanwhile, McCarthy was pleased with the part Mark Davies had to play in England Under-19s' 4-1 win over Poland on Tuesday.
McCarthy had hoped that Davies, working his way back to full match fitness after missing the first half of the season through knee trouble, might be given the full 90 minutes and that is just how it worked out, with team-mate Mark Little also playing for just under an hour.
Young goalkeeper Wayne Hennessey, currently out on loan at Stockport County, played for Wales' Under-21s in their 4-0 victory over Northern Ireland.
Managerless Torquay have appointed former Wolves and Walsall boss Colin Lee as the club’s new director of football on a three-year contract.
And he has appointed former Wolves skipper Keith Curle as head coach at Plainmoor.
Devon-born Lee, a former Gulls manager, rejoined the struggling League Two side as a managerial consultant to Lubos Kubik last month.