Looking Ahead: Striker Back, Striker Out, Striker In for Wolves

By Forest
Last updated : 14 November 2014

Wolverhampton Wanderers entertain Nottingham Forest at Molineux next Saturday having had to wait two weeks to try and erase the memory of their 5-0 drubbing by Derby County.

An unused substitute for that match, striker Nouha Dicko has been allowed to link up with Mali for international duty this week and is then expected to make his first team return against the Reds.

While Crystal Palace have played down a loan move to Molineux for Dwight Gayle, Wolves have lost the services of Yannick Sagbo back to Hull City although the 26-year-old had struggled to make an impact for Kenny Jackett's side.

Update - Jackett has also made a signing on Friday with the loan capture of 29-year-old Danny Graham from Sunderland on a deal until the end of the year.

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