Wolves will play a waiting game on strikers Kevin Doyle and Leigh Griffiths this week before Saturday’s visit of Sheffield United.
Doyle missed the 1-0 win at Shrewsbury at the weekend with a slight thigh strain sustained in training at the end of last week.
Joint four-goal top scorer Griffiths came off on Saturday with an ankle injury.
The Scotland international’s goals radar might have been awry at the weekend, but he showed his heart is in the right place afterwards by handing his shirt to Wolves fan Geoff Mortimer from Tamworth after his shot in the warm-up struck the supporter, leaving him shaken.
Head coach Kenny Jackett is hopeful both strikers will be fit for the visit of the struggling Blades.
“Leigh went off with a bad ankle which he sustained in the first half,” said Jackett.“But I think that will be days rather than weeks.
“As for Doyle, there’ll be another assessment in the middle to end of the week, but we’re hoping he’ll be fit for Saturday.”
Wolves will definitely be without midfielder David Davis for Saturday’s visit of Sheffield United as he serves a one-match ban after his fifth booking of the season.
Jackett hinted Wolves’ other senior striker, Bjorn Sigurdarson, was ready for an extended run up front.
“I need to settle him down in one position. A run at centre-forward would really help him,” said the boss. “He’s had a bright start to the season.
“If we can settle Bjorn down and get to know his strengths, he’ll cause defenders problems because he has a lot of pace and power.”
Meanwhile, Jackett insisted referee Phil Gibbs was right to award the hotly-disputed penalty that Bakary Sako scored to win Saturday’s game.
Jon Taylor handled Matt Doherty’s header on the line and was then sent off, and Jackett said: “It was a definite red card and a penalty.”