No fresh injury worries for Reading but several players still absent
Reading have no fresh injury concerns for Saturday's clash with Wolves but boss Jaap Stam is still without a number of players.
Joey van den Berg and captain Paul McShane returned in last weekend's loss to Brighton, but half-a-dozen players remain unavailable to the Dutchman.
Stephen Quinn (knee) is back in training, while Reece Oxford (hamstring) is nearing a return, although neither will be able to feature this weekend.
Deniss Rakels (ankle), Callum Harriott (hamstring), Tiago Ilori (knee) and Danzell Gravenberch (ankle) are still out.
Kortney Hause is expected to return to the Wolves squad after the defender was left out last weekend for disciplinary reasons.
None of Wolves injured players will be back in time for the trip to the Madejski Stadium but a couple are making progress - most notably winger Ivan Cavaleiro (knee) who is set to resume training next week after a month-long absence.
Jordan Graham, disciplined along with Hause by boss Paul Lambert last week, is back in training following 13 months out with a cruciate knee ligament injury.
Joe Mason (hernia) might also train next week while Connor Ronan (back), Silvio (foot) and Michal Zyro (knee) remain out.