Stephen Hunt and David Jones are hoping to return to action for Wolves in their derby date with Aston Villa.
Both men insist they are closing on a return to full fitness following spells on the sidelines.
Hunt is confident he will be ready for a trip to Villa Park on 19th March, despite Mick McCarthy's prediction that the Irishman will miss the West Midlands tussle.
He has been nursing a calf problem of late, but is confident he will be able to shake off the complaint in time to face Gerard Houllier's side.
"I'm back running again and hopefully within the next week I'll be back training," Hunt told the Express and Star.
"After than it's up to the gaffer as to when I'm involved.
"I feel fresh as a daisy now and looking forward to being back.
"If I do get back for the last eight or nine games, I'll be hoping to make a good contribution and maybe even a few goals as well."
Jones, meanwhile, is also looking to be involved against Villa after overcoming a knee problem.
He sat out last weekend's 3-3 draw with Tottenham as a result of the injury, but believes he is ready for a first-team recall.
"I will hopefully get a good week under my belt and be available for the Villa game," he said ahead of a return to training on Thursday.