Wolves winger James Henry will miss the next three weeks with the groin injury he picked up in his side's 1-0 victory over Notts County.
The on-loan Millwall man has been a key player for the Sky Bet League One leaders since moving to Molineux at the beginning of October and Wanderers boss Kenny Jackett is disappointed to be without his services.
He told the club's official website: " James Henry has a groin injury and it looks like he will be ruled out for about three weeks.
"We are sorry to lose James for a few weeks because he has been a very good player for us.
"At least from his point of view he can look at the start he has made for us and say that he has something positive and has shown everyone what he can do.
"He can now draw breath on the start he has had and when he does come back, try and build on that good start."