Date: 30th October 2018 at 12:00pm
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Wolverhampton Wanderers have been given a clean bill of health at the beginning of the week as we prepare for the visit by Tottenham Hotspur this coming weekend.

Sitting in tenth place in the Premier League table, Wolves are now on a poorer run of form having registered back to back defeats in recent matches but clearly the Brighton and Hove Albion tie last weekend could’ve gone differently for us in terms of the final result, so although there’s plenty of disappointment there shouldn’t be an awful lot of concern at this stage.

Boosting our hopes of at least taking a draw, if not victory from Mauricio Pochettino’s side, is the fact that against Brighton we didn’t pick up any fresh injury issues, so Nuno Espirito Santo again has a full complement of options to choose from ahead of the match.

With a solid week of training to go, whether we pick up any knocks in the coming days remains to be seen but so far PhysioRoom’s injury table remains blank for the club and long may that continue.