By Will Butcher

Wolves’ flying winger Jordan Graham has revealed that he is close to returning to full fitness after injuring his knee last season.

The 21-year-old broke into the Wolves side last season, making a total of 13 appearances before tearing his anterior cruciate ligament against Cardiff in January.

However, the former England Under-17 international gave Wolves fans a boost via his personal Twitter account, announcing that there is “not too long left now”.

Graham, who signed for Aston Villa when he was just seven years old before moving to Wolves last summer, has developed a reputation of being injury prone.

A loan spell before he joined Wolves permanently was riddled with injuries, which prevented him from making a single appearance.

However, ex-manager Kenny Jackett had faith in Graham, and signed him on a permanent deal. A short loan spell with Oxford United seems to have helped the Wolves number 11 regain his fitness, but after returning to Molineux the knee injury ended his 2015-16 campaign.

Wolves return to action this weekend against Championship newcomers Burton Albion, as Zenga’s side look to bounce back from their last outing, a 1-0 loss to
Huddersfield.

In other Wolves news, this experienced defender is set to be sidelined until the new year.