Wolverhampton Wanderers goalkeeper Carl Ikeme is set to be back in action for their Good Friday game away at Nottingham Forest.

Ikeme has been in full training for 2 weeks, and is ready to burst back into first team action.

The injury occurred on the training ground in the early days of February after he suffered a broken bone in his foot when colliding with midfielder James Henry.

When asked about his potential return at Forest, Kenny Jackett said:

“He’ll be fit for Easter weekend. His progress is good and he’s looking sharp in terms of his handling. Whether he’ll be match-fit I don’t know but I’ve got confidence – if there was a game this weekend he’d have a chance of playing.”

However, Kenny Jackett faces a tough decision as current first team goalkeeper Tomasz Kuszczak has pulled off 2 consecutive clean sheets, and has played at the top of his game since being the replacement for injured Ikeme.

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