Does Michal Zyro have a future at Wolves, amid Charlton struggles?

Michal Zyro of Wolverhampton Wanderers leaves the pitch  on a stretcher during the Sky Bet Championship match between Milton Keynes Dons and Wolverhampton Wanderers at stadium:mk on April...

Michal Zyro left Wolverhampton Wanderers on loan last month, but is he going back indefinitely?

Michal Zyro of Wolves in action during the Emirates FA Cup Third Round match between West Ham United and Wolverhampton Wanderers at Boleyn Ground on January 9, 2016 in London, England.

The writing was probably already on the wall for Michal Zyro when Wolverhampton Wanderers loaned him to Charlton Athletic last month.

But his long-term future at Molineux has never looked bleaker, by virtue of how he has struggled for regular football with the League One outfit.

Zyro, a £350,000 signing (Sky Sports) by former Wolves boss Kenny Jackett two years ago, has only earned 26 minutes of football under Karl Robinson since joining the Addicks last month.

Michal Zyro of Wolves and Alexandre Song of West Ham United compete for the ball during the Emirates FA Cup Third Round match between West Ham United and Wolverhampton Wanderers at Boleyn...

And with Wanderers seemingly heading for the Premier League, it's extraordinarily unlikely that Zyro has a future in the West Midlands if he is struggling to make an impact in the third tier of English football.

The 25-year-old hadn't kicked a ball in the Championship under Nuno Espirito Santo this season, having returned to fitness following a 15-month absence with a knee ligament injury last summer.

Michal Zyro of Wolves and Alexandre Song of West Ham United compete for the ball during the Emirates FA Cup Third Round match between West Ham United and Wolverhampton Wanderers at Boleyn...

In 2016, Jackett told The Express and Star that the Polish attacker could be a "big player" for Wolves.

And although his injury has undoubtedly hindered his spell at Molineux, it seems unlikely that Wanderers fans will ever get to see what their former manager saw.

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