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Henry set to return against Leicester

Karl Henry could be set to return to the Wolverhampton Wanderers squad ahead of Sunday's game with Leicester City.

The Wolves skipper missed out on the recent game with Cardiff with a hamstring strain and despite a few worries over whether or not he is completely over the injury he looks set to be involved this weekend.

While Ståle Solbakken believes that the squad does have the strength in depth to cover Henry's absence, the boss believes that his influence on the park was missing against Cardiff and heavily hinted that if he was fit, he would be returning to the fold.

"He`ll be back in training next Tuesday so he can have a good few days` training before the Leicester game.' Wolves gaffer Ståle Solbakken told Wolves Official Website.

He added: "He`s been out for two or three weeks but he was nearly fit and he broke down.

"I think the medical team are afraid of him breaking down so they want to give him two or three extra days.

"But I think he will be in contention for Leicester."

Vital Wolves Comment: Would you chuck Henry straight back into the starting line-up? If so who would make way for him?

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Writer: Akela Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Monday September 10 2012

Time: 12:00PM

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I'll try again in the right post. Good. needed. Love him or hate him.....we miss him when he ain't there.
Rustmonkey
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10/09/2012 14:25:00

Cant wait for this game, will be my first visit to mol, any ideas on what pub I should head to after? (flying from IRL)
Patrickdoran
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10/09/2012 14:44:00

The wanderer, the feathers, the goalpost.....take ya pick but if I was u I'd head for the Great Western.
Rustmonkey
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11/09/2012 14:37:00

 

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