Ahead of Leeds' clash with Wolves, Thomas Christiansen confirmed, as reported by the Yorkshire Evening Post, that Cameron Borthwick-Jackson is back fit for the clash at Molineux after recovering from an ankle injury.
For Borthwick-Jackson, he will surely be delighted that he is not only back fit, but could be in contention to perhaps feature against Wolves given that he endured a torrid time on loan with the club last season.
And with his time at Leeds unfortunately hardly going any better right now - though there were some bright signs just before he sustained the injury in the Carabao Cup tie with Leicester - he will be, perhaps optimistically, hoping that Christiansen takes a chance on him for the game against the table-toppers.
While the manager at his former club is different, he would surely love to prove a point to those who were at Molineux last season - but, as mentioned, it will surely be a slim hope that he will start against Wolves.
Gaetano Berardi arguably put in one of his best performances at left-back in the weekend win over Middlesbrough, so it seems more likely that Borthwick-Jackson may have to settle for a place on the bench initially and perhaps hope that Christiansen brings him on during the game.