Wright 's Sky Blues boost

Striker Eastwood battling to face Wolves

Wright: Back in training

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Coventry City defender Stephen Wright has stepped up his comeback from injury with a return to training with Chris Coleman's first-team squad.

The former Liverpool and Sunderland full-back has played just two games for the Sky Blues after injuring his Achilles tendon in August.

"Wrighty has been out for nine weeks and is going to need two or three reserve games to get himself up to fitness," said Coleman.

"But we are happy with him. He's come through his first full session and that is very positive for us."

Ben Turner has also resumed training following an ankle injury which has kept him out since August, while Coleman hopes striker Freddy Eastwood will be able to play against Wolves on Saturday.

"Freddy is doing OK. He is keeping on top of the tendinitis and he trained yesterday but he is not at full pelt and we are keeping our fingers crossed that he will be fit to face Wolves," Coleman told the Coventry Evening Telegraph.