Wolverhampton Wanderers winger Jordan Graham has posted a fitness update on Twitter, as he prepares to undergo more rehabilitation this afternoon.
It is four weeks to the day that Graham underwent surgery on a cruciate ligament injury, which is set to keep him out for up to a year.
But the youngster seemed in good spirits today, as he travelled to Wolves’ training ground, as he steps up his recovery.
4 weeks post surgery today, a month through this already off to training for some more rehab! Have a good day! pic.twitter.com/5yetPEuK5V— Jordan Graham (@JordanG_14) February 24, 2016
Graham’s absence has been keenly felt by Wolves, as the side have hit a slump since he was ruled out.
Wolves have failed to win any of their last six matches, and they haven’t found a player capable of replacing Graham.
Although the 20-year-old has only made 11 Championship appearances for Wolves, he quickly developed a reputation as their main creative influence.
Graham’s natural skill in possession drew defenders towards him, allowing more space for others to work in, and he also had brilliant delivery from set-pieces.
Graham’s knee problem is the latest in a long list of injuries that Wolves have had to endure this campaign.
Jackett’s men have failed to cope with so many of their players on the treatment table, and they currently sit down in 15th place in the Championship table.