Zyro was Wolves’ first signing of the January transfer window, after he joined from Polish side Legia Warsaw.
The 23-year-old is yet to be seen in action by Wolves’ supporters, but Jackett has been encouraged by what he has seen in training.
“Michal has been training with us and looks good,” Jackett said. “He’s had an ankle injury so he hasn’t played for a while, although he’s had sub appearances.
“But he’s been training fine and looks good to go.
“He started as a centre-forward but his first-team football has been wide left or wide right in a 4-3-3.
“I see him as being able to fill any of the front positions.”
Zyro’s ability to play anywhere across the front line should come in handy for Wolves, as they look to increase their attacking threat.
Jackett’s men were one of the most dangerous outfits in the Championship last season, but the losses of key players last summer seem to have affected their attacking displays.
Wolves have struggled for goals this term, but Zyro’s addition gives them another option going forward.
The Polish international scored 13 goals in 96 matches during his time with Legia Warsaw, and he could make his debut for Jackett’s side in their FA Cup fixture against West Ham United on Saturday.