Wolves trio making progress
Hennessey, O'Hara and Mouyokolo all doing well
Last Updated: 11/07/12 3:10pm
Wayne Hennessey: Wales goalkeeper expected to return to action later this year
Wolves manager Stale Solbakken has revealed that Wayne Hennessey, Jamie O'Hara and Steven Mouyokolo are all progressing well from their respective long-term injuries.
Hennessey suffered a cruciate ligament injury against Sunderland in April and the club hope that the Wales international goalkeeper will be fit by November.
Midfielder O'Hara has been suffering from a groin injury and is expected to be back in full training imminently.
Meanwhile, 25-year-old defender Mouyokolo has also been sidelined with a cruciate ligament injury and is still a number of weeks away from being able to re-join his team mates in training.
"Hennessey will be back in November, I think," Solbakken told the club's official website.
"It's one thing to be injury free and then you need training practice and match practice and it can last longer. He was out there training on Monday.
"Jamie shouldn't be too long now and I'll be very surprised if he doesn't train fully with us in Ireland next week, but Steven still has some weeks to go before he can compete for a place."