Raul Jimenez has started some ‘early fitness work’ as he continues to recover from a fractured skull.
He was immediately rushed to hospital and required surgery.
There were concerns over whether the Mexico international would be able to return to the sport, with Wolves boss Nuno Espirito Santo admitting he was ‘afraid’ for the forward.
But an update from the club has confirmed he is making ‘good progress’.
A statement read: ‘Raul is five weeks since his surgery following a fractured skull and is doing some early fitness work, but still has a way to go, however things are going well.’
Jimenez was spotted in the stands for Wolves’ Premier League clash with Tottenham Hotspur on December 27.
The Mexican won’t be back for this weekend’s FA Cup clash with Crystal Palace and they will also be without fellow long-term absentee Jonny.
‘Jonny is making great progress working outside,’ read the statement. ‘He is nearly five months since surgery and we hope to be able to introduce him into team training soon.’
Leander Dendoncker, however, has returned to training after a bruised knee and Wily Boly is expected to return to training after a hamstring issue.