Diogo Jota is out of Wolves’ Europa League clash with Slovan Bratislava after being sent off in Slovakia two weeks ago.
The forward collected two late yellow cards in Wolves’ 2-1 win and serves a one-match ban.
Matt Doherty (knee) is fit along with Ryan Bennett (groin) but Morgan Gibbs-White is still struggling with a back injury and Willy Boly is out until next year with a fractured leg.
Striker David Strelec continues to recover from a broken leg but is not expected back for Bratislava until next month.
Right-back Mitch Apau is also out while Jurij Medvedev and Erik Daniel have travelled despite nursing niggles.
Bratislava are two points behind Wolves in Group K with three games left.
Manager Jan Kozak knows his side will face a battle to qualify if they lose at Molineux and warned the visitors there can be no slip-ups.
He said: “Wolves are a good quality (side). They can punish every single mistake. We have to be focused but they have made mistakes so hopefully we can punish them as well.
“This is going to be a big match. Wolves punished us but they didn’t create lots of chances, we need a bit of luck but hopefully we’ll be OK.”
Wolves provisional squad: Patricio, Ruddy, Doherty, Coady, Vinagre, Kilman, Jonny, Bennett, Sanderson, Perry, Dendoncker, Gibbs-White, Saiss, Moutinho, Neves, Jordao, Jimenez, Cutrone, Campbell, Traore, Neto
Slovan Bratislava provisional squad: Greif, Abena, Medvedev, Bozhikov, De Kamps, Moha, Rabiu, Daniel, Holman, Sporar, Vernon, Sulla, Ljubicic, Nono, Bajric, Drazic, Ratao, Cavric