Last Updated: Wed, 21 Mar 2012 09:55
Wolves' injury problems show no sign of easing with the news midfielder Jamie O'Hara will be out for a further month.
The former Spurs midfielder has a ongoing groin strain which has kept him out of the side and the prognosis is that he will be out for a further four weeks.
O'Hara had surgery on the problem prior to Christmas but has struggled to get back to full fitness since and has been undergoing painkilling injections on a regular basis since he came back into the side last month.
His is just the latest in a long line of problems the club have had to put up with in central midfield, with Karl Henry, Nenad Milijas and David Davis all sidelined and Arsenal loanee Emmanuel Frimpong out for the season with a knee injury.
O'Hara said on Twitter: "Since I've come back from it [the injury], I've had to have injections for games and haven't been able to train. I haven't been able to play at the levels I expect from myself so I've decided until I'm 100% in my groins then I'll be out.
"I probably came back too early because I was so desperate to play and help the team."
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