Wolves winger Michael Kightly could be ready to return to the bench for Fulham’s visit to Molineux on Sunday after recovering from a knee injury.
“Kightly trained at the end of last week and travelled with us to the game on Saturday (at Blackburn),” said manager Mick McCarthy.
“He had missed something like five days, but having missed that, I just decided not to put him on the bench.
"If it had been anyone else, I might have done but he’s been out for two years on and off, so I didn’t want to risk him. He’s fine though and he’s training fully.”
McCarthy has no fresh worries: “Richard Stearman will be fine – he just hurt his back. But he will be all right.
“Dave Edwards and Sam Vokes are training. Adlene Guedioura is in Qatar at the moment – he’s had his (ankle) operation and he’s over there having the first bit of his rehabilitation and then he’ll be back here.
“I’ve spoken to him and he’s feeling really optimistic about himself. He’s optimistic that he’ll be back by the six weeks stated at the time or sooner.
“Dave Edwards has got to play some games because he’s hardly trained from coming back originally.
“He’s got to train fully every day and play games and he’ll be fine.
“He was with the development group yesterday because the first team were just cooling down.
“The ones who weren’t involved with the first team at the weekend have been doing their testing and training individually.
“Dave will join the main group when he’s fit.”