goalkeeper Wayne Hennessey has been ruled out for some six
months with a knee injury, damaging the Premier League bottom
side's already slim hopes of avoiding relegation.
"Closer examination of the problem has confirmed damage to
his cruciate ligament - a setback that is set to keep him out
until the autumn," a club statement said on Wednesday.
Wolves are eight points adrift of safety with four games
left this term after a dreadful run.
Wales international Hennessey, ever present for Wolves this
season, has also lost any chance of being selected in the
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