Wolves goalkeeper Matt Murray has made a welcome return to training as he steps up his recovery from the cruciate knee injury he suffered last summer.
The 27-year-old has not played for 16 months, but manager Mick McCarthy is thrilled with the way the shot-stopper has bounced back.
The Wolves boss told the club's official website: "He's been doing a bit of training, some ball work and handling and was delighted with himself.
"For him it's that state of mind because you really want to be back.
"When you come through the injury at first, you can't train or do anything.
"The last bit is a real hurdle, a real psychological barrier for everyone and I could tell how thrilled and delighted he was."