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”.
— Jordan Graham (@JordanGr_11) September 4, 2016
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
In other Wolves news, this experienced defender is set to be sidelined until the new year.