Sam Vokes, Karl Henry and Jody Craddock will all make comebacks for Wolves in a behind-closed-doors friendly against Leicester on Tuesday.
Striker Vokes has endured a terrible first half to the season after tearing a hamstring muscle on the opening day of the campaign while on loan at Bristol City.
Henry and Craddock have also suffered through knee ligament and hip injuries, respectively, to mean they have been unavailable to boss Mick McCarthy.
But Vokes is now hoping his fitness problems are in the past and the 21-year-old wants to force his way into the Wolves side rather than leave on another loan.
The Wales international's age means he does not have to be named in McCarthy's 25-man squad for the Premier League and so any decision rests with his manager.
"Once I'm fit it's up to the gaffer what happens next," Vokes told Wolves' official website.
"I need to get some reserve games under my belt and take it from there.
"I'd love to try and fight my way back in at Wolves. This is my club and I want to play here."