Bournemouth boss Eddie Howe is upbeat about the prospect of striker Callum Wilson overcoming a hamstring problem to feature against Wolves at Molineux.
Wilson missed the 4-0 home defeat to Liverpool due to injury, but Howe seems quietly confident that the 26-year-old, who recently marked his England debut with a goal in a 3-0 win over the United States, will be able to play a part on Saturday.
He told reporters: "Callum Wilson has recovered well, so we're hopeful he'll be okay.
"You need your best players fit and available and physically he's been good, as this is the first problem he's had. We're going to be careful with the problem and wait and see."
Wilson has scored eight times in 15 appearances in the Premier League this season to help the Cherries stand in eighth place in the standings heading into the weekend action.
Howe also confirmed at his pre-match press conference that Dan Gosling is facing a spell on the sidelines after undergoing a knee operation, although he believes that the midfielder is not facing a lengthy absence.
Meanwhile, the last three meetings between Bournemouth and Wolves have ended in 2-1 final scorelines, with the Cherries winning on both of their last two visits to the Black Country.
The visitors are 10/3 to triumph by a 2-1 margin on Saturday, with the draw priced at 13/5, while Wilson is available at 15/8 to score at any time at Molineux.
Wolves go into the game having won their last two league games, against Chelsea and Newcastle United, both by 2-1 scorelines.
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