The Cottagers have lost all three of their games in September, and he faces a crucial run of matches in the coming weeks.
Midfielder Harrison Reed missed last weekend’s defeat against Aston Villa, but he should be fit to return for this one.
However, Kenny Tete failed a midweek fitness test, with Maxime Le Marchand set for cover a right back.
For Wolves, Nuno Santo’s side have also found it tough going of late, with back to back Premier League defeats against Manchester City and West Ham.
However, the Portuguese boss is boosted by no new injury to deal with, after Fernando Marcal and Daniel Podence were both passed fit to return.
Kick off is 2pm sharp tomorrow at Molineux