Glenn Hoddle is waiting on the fitness of goalkeeper Michael Oakes for tomorrow's trip to Cardiff City.
Oakes had to have an injection in his shoulder at halftime in last Saturday's 2-0 defeat at Leeds, an injury that forced him to miss the midweek Carling Cup win over Chester City. And Hoddle is still hopeful that he might recover in time to play against Dave Jones' Cardiff.
But Hoddle now has both youngster Carl Ikeme and new Aston Villa loan signing Stefan Postma standing by - and admits that it could be a tough choice.
Ikeme got the nod on Tuesday night against League Two minnows Chester, as Hoddle was concerned about the match fitness of Postma. But he clearly has doubts over whether Ikeme is ready for Championship football.
" Michael Oakes has trained," said Hoddle. "But we'll have to see. I'm prepared to wait until the very last minute to see if he will be available.
"I have spoken to Stefan Postma and explained why I gave Carl Ikeme a run out. I'm not sure that Stefan's sharp enough yet."
Hoddle, who is expected to bring back Carl Cort and Rohan Ricketts after resting the pair in midweek, also has a doubt about Lee Naylor, but the Wolves boss also claims that Paul Ince and Jody Craddock are definitely out.
"Jody has played in a practice match and has improved," said Hoddle. "But he'll not be ready for the weekend.
"Paul Ince has been out jogging, which is a good sign but he's also ruled out for Saturday.
"Nayls is still a doubt with his stomach problem."