The Wolves manager, Terry Connor, has admitted midfielder Karl Henry's absence through injury for three to four weeks is a "big blow" in their battle for Premier League survival.
Henry suffered a hamstring strain in Sunday's 5-0 defeat by Fulham at Craven Cottage - aresult that pushed Wolves back into the bottom three on goaldifference.
A scan has confirmed Henry will be out at least until the game with Norwich on 24 March and Connor said: "Karl is a very important player for us. He will be a big miss because he brings some defensive stability to our midfield and we haven't got many people of that ilk."Reuse content