Michael Kightly has been tipped by Wolves boss Mick McCarthy to become a star in the Premier League.
The winger has struggled to make an impact in the top-flight despite early promise due to a series of injuries which have kept him out of action since November 2009 and he has only nine Premier League appearances to his name.
Of those injuries, Kightly has undergone operations on both knees, however has been back in action for the Molineux men with two run-outs for the reserves recently.
The 25-year-old has also been included in McCarthy's squad for the trip to take on Midlands rivals Aston Villa.
"Everyone believed Kights would be a good Premier League player and let's hope he gets the chance over these last nine games," McCarthy said.
"It pleases me for him as much as anything. I know the supporters will be thrilled to see him back.
"The fact he played in the reserves the other week created plenty of excitement. He played 80-odd minutes and he went at it full tilt.
"We always have a young versus old game on a Friday and what really disappointed me was the fact he's now in the 'old' team.
"But it really is lovely to have him back and he's a terrific character around the place."