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Henry ruled out for three weeks

James Henry has been ruled out for the next three weeks after the Wolverhampton Wanderers midfielder suffered a groin injury.

Henry is still officially only on loan at Molinuex, however he is set to complete a permanent move from Millwall for 250,000 when the transfer window re-opens in January.

The 24-year-old has enjoyed a stunning start to his Wolves career, scoring 3 goals in 7 League One appearances and being handed the man-of-the-match award six times during his nine games in all competitions.

"James has a groin injury and it looks like he`ll be ruled out for about three weeks, We`re sorry to lose James because he`s been a very good player for us.' Jackett told the Express & Star.

He continued: "At least he can look at the start he`s made for us and say he`s something positive and has shown everyone what he can do.

"He can now draw breath on the start he`s had and when he does come back, build on that good start."



Vital Wolves Comment: Losing Henry will be a massive blow as he has looked a brilliant signing by Kenny Jackett.

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Date:Tuesday November 19 2013

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