Kevin Doyle could yet have a part to play in Queens Park Rangers' Play-Off bid.
The Wolves outcast joined Rangers on loan in January but his spell lasted just six games before he was forced back to Molineux with a knee injury.
Boss Harry Redknapp feared Doyle would miss the rest of the season, but the striker is now back in training and poised to return to west London.
With Charlie Austin and Bobby Zamora also fit after long injury lay-offs, Redknapp suddenly has plenty of options in attack for the Championship run-in.
"Bobby's fit now, as fit as he's looked for years," he said.
"When he's at his best he's a fantastic player. To have Bobby back firing on all cylinders is great for us.
"Hopefully Kevin Doyle will be back with us next week and we've got Will Keane. Suddenly we've got strikers that are fit and ready to go and that can only be a good thing."