Manchester United will be hoping for the return of Aaron Wan-Bissaka when Wolves visit Old Trafford on Tuesday.
Wan-Bissaka missed the game against Leicester and the League Cup victory over Everton before Christmas but was back in training on Sunday.
However, Victor Lindelof is a doubt for the match. The defender has been playing through pain recently and a troublesome back issue flared up on Boxing Day against Leicester, where he was taken off in the second half.
United manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer says Lindelof will need assessing before Tuesday's match.
Meanwhile, Solskjaer has been delighted by Edinson Cavani's impact at Manchester United and believes the veteran striker still has years left at the top.
Cavani, 33, has made an impact on and off the pitch for United, scoring four goals in 13 appearances since signing a season-long deal with the option of another year.
It seems a matter of when rather than if the Red Devils trigger that extension clause and Solskjaer believes Cavani can shine for a few seasons yet.
Asked if he would like to keep Cavani, who turns 34 in February, the United boss said: "At the moment it looks like he's got a few years left in him so I wouldn't say anything else.
"He has made a great impact when he's come here, so let's focus on improving everyone as well. But he's got a few years left in him."
Cavani is pushing for just his second Premier League start against Wolves.
"He is definitely a starter," Solskjaer said. "You don't classify a player of that quality as anything else.
"We have got plenty of starters, more than 11 starters and that's the thing when you are at Man United. You should believe, trust in yourself."