Ki-Hyeon Seol will join up with the South Korean national squad after Saturday's match with Hull.
And boss Glenn Hoddle is hoping the break is just what Seol needs to regain last season's sparkling form.
'The international game and the change might do him good. It could prove the key to get him back into good form.' Hoddle said to the club's official site.
Many believe Seol has not been himself since he returned from National Duty last year.
But regardless of the reason, Hoddle knows that there is only so much he, and Seol's teammates can do to help him find his form again. As he explained :
'We can't do it for him - he needs to take responsibility and do it himself.
'I had a chat with Seol and told him what he's got to do to get back to his best form,' Glenn said.
'When he is in form he's difficult to play against. Four or five weeks ago he was finding it but he has come down from there since. He has been inconsistent.'
Inconsistency is now a by-word for Wolves current campaign.
And one that they must now change if they are to achieve their goal on Saturday, of three back to back wins.
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