Wolves defender Neill Collins is keen to make a swift return to action after suffering an ankle injury against Sheffield Wednesday.
There were initial concerns that the Scot had broken his ankle in the first half of Tuesday's 2-1 victory, but X-rays have eased those fears.
Mick McCarthy's side are now waiting for the swelling to subside before they can make a full assessment.
Collins told the club's official website: "I just went up for a header and landed badly on my foot which gave way under me.
"I tried to run it off but it was very painful and in this league you need to be 100 per cent.
"I hate coming off but really there was no alternative. Thankfully there was no break and it's my aim to be back as soon as possible."
Club physio Alan Peacham added: "Neill has twisted his ankle. He tried to carry on but it was too painful.
"We sent him to hospital for a routine X-ray and the good news was that there is no break.
"It will take between three to five days for the swelling in the ankle to go down and then we will know a lot more about how long he is going to be out for."