Solbakken holds fire on decision
Wolves boss Stale Solbakken will not rush into a decision over appointing a captain for the forthcoming campaign.
Solbakken, who took the reins from Terry Connor in May, must decide whether to retain Roger Johnson as skipper, pass the armband on to Karl Henry or Stephen Ward - who both wore it on occasion last term - or select a new candidate to lead the club in the Championship.
"I want to wait a little bit to see which direction we're going," Solbakken told Wolves' official website. "It's important to be together with the group for a while before making that decision.
"No matter what happens, I can promise it won't be as controversial as last year when [as manager of Cologne] I took it from [Lukas] Podolski. The whole of Germany was after me for a few weeks after that."
Elsewhere, Jamie O'Hara is set to return to full training after a niggling groin injury, while long-term absentees Wayne Hennessey and Steven Mouyokolo are also making good progress with their respective recoveries.
Goalkeeper Hennessey, who damaged his cruciate ligament in April, remains on course to return in November, while defender Mouyokolo is targeting a September comeback.