Doyle battling for Wolves fitness
Kevin Doyle is battling to be fit for Wolves' trip to Huddersfield when Championship action resumes after the international break.
The striker was forced to withdraw from the Republic of Ireland's squad for their World Cup qualifiers against Germany and the Faroe Islands having picked up a thigh injury in training late last week, ruling him out of the 1-0 win at Blackburn.
Doyle is currently undergoing treatment at Wanderers' training base with a view to a swift return, with Wolves recently having lost the services of Slawomir Peszko, Razak Boukari and Stephen Hunt to injury while Georg Margreitter (hip) is also undergoing treatment.
Manager Stale Solbakken told the club's official website: "I don't think Kevin's injury is too bad - Huddersfield is a possibility, we don't know yet."
He added: "He's had a scan and he's having treatment in his first week and we'll see what happens next week. Of course we want him back but he's not our biggest injury concern - he's maybe going to take 14 days."
Tongo Doumbia has also not linked up with Mali for their African Nations Cup play-off against Botswana having sustained a minor injury late on against Blackburn at the weekend.
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