Last Updated: Fri, 30 Mar 2012 15:48
Karl Henry is set to give Wolves a major boost by returning from injury for their relegation six pointer against Bolton on Saturday.
The midfielder has resumed full training again after a four week lay-off with a hamstring problem and is ready to step straight into the battle at the expense of Eggert Jonsson to aid the team's survival chances.
Wolves boss Terry Connor knows that Henry's drive and experience could be crucial to their hopes of picking up much needed points in the coming weeks.
However, he is also mindful of the lack of football the former Stoke man has played over the last two months, with a three match ban having been served prior to his injury.
Jamie O'Hara will again be missing against the Trotters as he is no nearer a return to fitness but the news on David Davis (ribs) is more encouraging as he could be available to increase Connor's options in the middle of the park.
At the back, Ronald Zubar is added to the squad after suspension forced him to miss last weekend's defeat to Norwich.
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