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Keogh return will be a boost

Just as the end of the season comes in sight, there is nothing better than a returning player coming back from injury to give the side a boost.

He may not be everyone's cup of tea, but Andy Keogh is edging closer to a return and he could bring a boost to the squad with his return.

"It will be a big boost to have him back, particularly with the system we`re using at the moment, because we played with just him up front at Wigan and he did it very well.' Wolves boss Mick McCarthy told the Express & Star.

McCarthy though is cautious of rushing him back into action. He has been out with an ankle injury for 2 months now and that will take time to recover from: "He won`t come straight back into full training doing everything, but he will be involved in the sessions. Then he`ll need reserve games to get him up to speed.

"But he`s just come back from 10 weeks` out injured, and no matter what you do in training, it can`t replicate what you do in a game."

Vital Wolves Comment: Keogh was in fine form at the beginning of the season. Probably one of the first from our squad to impress in the Premier League.

If he can rediscover that form it will be a huge lift to to the side.

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Date:Wednesday February 24 2010

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Woo hoo...... Even if we keep to 4-5-1 (Which i think we should) Keogh gives us an added option on either flank, especially the right! Foley's done a great job but Keogh has a more natural desire to get forward and of course has some pace as well as decent finishing ability....
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