Adama Traore could make his competitive debut for Wolves against Leicester after returning to full training.
Adama joined Wolves shortly after sustaining a shoulder injury playing for Boro and has been working his way back to fitness.
The pacy winger is expected to be given a place on the Wolves bench for Saturday’s trip to the King Power Stadium.
Manager Nuno Santo is ready to select the 22-year-old if the situation calls for it.
“He’s available for tomorrow,’ said the Wolves boss. ‘Adama joined us late, he came with an injury in his shoulder. He was two weeks out, he started training and is adapting and getting better.
“All the players that will go tomorrow are options for us.
“All of them, whether they start or are on the bench, will give us different characteristics. The game will dictate our options, we don’t predict.
“Adama with his own individual characteristics can give different things. If we can see that is good, we will do it. If not, we won’t.’
On the other hand, Belgium midfielder Leander Dendoncker, who was signed for £12m from Anderlecht, is not ready to play.