Zyro joined Wolves from Legia Warsaw during the January transfer window, and he scored three goals in his first three outings for the Midlands club.
The Polish international then picked up a calf injury, which has kept him out for the past two months, but he could return soon.
"It's a positive, we've been very impressed with his very short Wolves career so far," Jackett said.
"He looks strong enough to handle English football and has an eye for goal, a vital commodity for the team at the moment.
"I'm looking forward to seeing how he progresses and builds on his early start as a Wolves player.”
Zyro’s comeback to fitness will increase Wolves’ attacking options, as they look to start climbing the Championship table.
Wolves are currently in 13th place in the second tier standings, and their chances of making the top six look slim.
Wolves are 12 points behind the play off places, meaning that the end of the campaign is likely to be utilised to build the foundations for next term.
Zyro is likely to have a key part to play next year, where Wolves will be looking to pose more of a threat to the promotion chasers.
Wolves’ next match comes against Bristol City at Molineux later this evening.