Wolverhampton Wanderers Head Coach Kenny Jackett has not ruled out Razak Boukari resurrecting his Wolves career.
The 27-year-old Togo winger made the move to Molineux from French side Rennes in August 2012.
Boukari signed a four-year-deal after making the move for an undisclosed fee.
But after just one month and six appearances, he tore a calf muscle against Sheffield Wednesday in September 2012 and hasn’t played for Wolves since.
Last season he spent the year back in France with Sochaux. He failed to start a single game all season, making just ten substitute appearances.
After featuring briefly in pre-season he underwent an operation on his hamstring and is now edging closer to fitness.
“Razak is in the latter stages of rehabilitation. He will be back training within two weeks,” said Jackett to the Birmingham Mail.
He continued: “As to the future? We will see. He needs to get fit then we will certainly have a look at him. He will come into the group and we will assess the situation when he is fit.
“As a club we will assess him and see. It is good that he is back. He`s had two and a half years struggling with injury.
“I won`t let him go out the door without looking at him. He has this season and next season on a contract anyway, so one way or another I will be looking at him.
“I will make sure we make the right decision.
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