Nottingham Forest manager Stuart Pearce says Kelvin Wilson and Danny Fox have made good progress with their fitness during the recent break.
The pair were unavailable for selection in Forest’s last match, the 2-1 win over Norwich City, but could be in contention to play against Wolves.
Pearce told Forest Player this morning: “That’s the beauty of the international break. Both Wilson and Fox have come through training sessions and are back fit and available for selection at the weekend.
“That’s a real bonus.”
Pearce, who was pleased to confirm Chris Burke, Jamaal Lascelles and Tom Ince had returned from international duty in good condition, also had good news to report on two of his long-term absentees.
He said: “Jack Hobbs is doing really well, he’s very pleased with his ankle at this moment in time.
“It will run its course into Christmas time. It’s a bone-healing situation so we can’t take shortcuts on that one.
“It’s the same with Reidy, it’ll be around Christmas.
“But the good thing is they’ve had no setbacks. We’re delighted with both of those.”
Click here to watch Pearce’s pre-match interview on Forest Player.