Michal Zyro is coming back from injury for Wolverhampton Wanderers.
Kenny Jackett has admitted on Wolverhampton Wanderers’ official site that he will hold Michal Zyro back for the upcoming weeks.
Zyro has been out injured for much of his time at Wolves so far, but he did make a comeback in Jackett’s side’s match against Birmingham City last weekend.
The Polish international came on at half time in the Midlands derby, but he had little impact, and Jackett admitted that the attacker lacked energy.
Zyro had minimal impact against Birmingham, as the two sides played out a 0-0 draw.
The 23-year-old has now had an extra week on the training ground, though, and he should be in a much better condition for Wolves’ match against Burnley tomorrow.
However, Jackett was urging caution over utilising the former Legia Warsaw man, as he does not want to rush him back too soon.
“I think we’re still likely to hold him back, we need to make sure that he is right," the former Millwall boss said.
“When he arrived he made a good impact in the three games he played, but obviously it was too much too soon, we want him to come back and stay back.
“But he’s close though, and he’s trained well this week, he hasn’t missed any training and he’s keen himself to start the games.”
Zyro made a bright start to his Wolves career, before picking up the injury, and he scored three times in his first three appearances.
If Zyro is left on the bench against at Turf Moor it seems likely that Bjorn Sigurdarson will continue up front.