Boost for Wolves as injured duo pictured in training ahead of Chelsea clash

Chelsea will take on managerless Wolves in the Premier League but the visitors are getting injured players back.

Wolverhampton Wanderers preparation for their visit to Chelsea has been strengthened by news of injured Hwang Hee-chan and Raul Jimenez returning to training ahead of the trip to London.

The midland-based club are currently without a manager but are hard at work ahead of their Premier League game against Chelsea who are also just adjusting to a new manager after the sacking of Thomas Tuchel for Graham Potter.

Former Real Madrid boss Julen Lopetegui has been rumoured to be the man most likely to get the Wolves job but there is little chance he would be in charge at the Bridge this weekend.

They are likely to be managed by the Under-18s and Under-21s bosses Steve Davis and James Collins.

One of the Achilles' heel of former manager Bruno Lage’s time was his inability to get the team to score goals, but the fact that Hwang Hee-chan and Raul Jimenez are back in training will empower them this weekend and when the new manager is appointed.

Chelsea themselves have injury concerns of their own after record-signing Wesley Fofana injured his knee against AC Milan in the Champions League, he is definitely put of the game.

But on the positive side the Blues are beginning to show signs of progress under Graham Potter having recorded two wins in their last two games.

The 3-0 thumping of Italian champions AC Milan was the first time since opening day of the season that they kept a clean sheet and fans are beginning to buy into what the new Chelsea manager is attempting to do to the squad at his disposal.