Jakub Blaszczykowski back from injury and training with the team.
Delightful tendencies: The Green-Whites injury list is slowly but surely beginning to dwindle. On Tuesday, Jakub Blaszczykowski was back in training with the team again for the first time since incurring a persistent back injury. 'Kuba' had been suffering with a recurrent back problem since mid-November of last year and, following a lengthy period of diligent rehabilitation-training, the Polish international returned to the training grounds, where he will now begin regaining his former fitness. Yet further steps in their convalescence have been made by two further Wolves: Ignacio Camacho, who had surgery on his left ankle at the end of October, and Felix Uduokhai, who had been side-lined with a knee strain since January, both completed the full team session on Tuesday morning. "It feels really great to be back on the pitch," beamed Uduokhai following the session, where the Green-Whites worked on quick approach play and shooting-practice on a reduced pitch. During the afternoon session, the returning duo took measured participation in finishing-practice.
Guilavogui, Itter and Osimhen train individually
Yunus Malli was forced out to end his participation in the first session of the day prematurely with a calm problem – merely a precautionary measure. Neither Gian-Luca Itter nor Victor Osimhen took part in team training on the day due to muscular problems. The duo instead trained individually. The same applied to Josuha Guilavogui, who had taken a knock to the thigh. The absentees on Tuesday naturally also included the long-term injured John Anthony Brooks, Yannick Gerhardt and Marcel Tisserand.