Wolves forward Michal Zyro is facing up to a year on the sidelines with cruciate knee damage after a crunching tackle from MK Dons defender Antony Kay.
Zyro, who only signed for the club in January, was stretchered off at half-time in last night’s win at Stadium MK.
The club are yet to officially announce the extent of his injuries but the Pole has tweeted in his native language that he will be out for 10-12 months after a “brutal attack” on his leg.
Niestety brutalny atak na noge kosztuje mnie 10-12 miesiecy przerwy…
wiecej informacji wkrotce na oficjalnej stronie Wolves. ✊💪
— Michał Żyro (@Michal_Zyro) April 6, 2016
The news will come as a huge blow to the club who gained their first win in four games against the Championship strugglers after three successive league draws.
Kenny Jackett has already lost Nouha Dicko and Jordan Graham to long-term injuries as well as Mike Williamson to a thigh injury.
Zyro made an impressive start to his career at Wolves – scoring twice in a 3-2 league debut win over Fulham under the floodlights at Molineux in January.
He followed this up with a consolation goal against Cardiff before he was ruled out for six weeks with a calf injury.
However, he will now have to sit and watch on the sidelines for what could potentially be a year due to this knee injury.