Wolves winger Jordan Graham has explained that his injured knee is still at a tender stage of the recovery process.
Commenting via Twitter, the attacker explained that it was preventing him from being in attendance at Molineux for last night's match against Bolton Wanderers.
The knee's not quite ready to be at the Molineux to support tonight but I'm supporting from home!! 3 points please boys! @OfficialWolves— Jordan Graham (@JordanG_14) February 2, 2016
Graham suffered a serious ACL injury in early January, ruling him out for the season.
He also faces a battle to be back fit again for next season, and his comment underlines how serious an injury it is he suffered.
The 20-year-old had been a key player for Kenny Jackett's side at the end of last year, providing five assists in 11 games.
His injury came at a particularly bad time considering the form he was in, but he is still at an early stage of his career and will hope to bounce back an even better player.
Fellow Wolves star Nouha Dicko told the Express and Star this week he would be working closely alongside Graham to support him as they both push to regain fitness.