Wolves’ Foley relieved to be back

Wolves defender Kevin Foley is delighted and relieved to be back in action for the club.

Wolves defender Kevin Foley is delighted and relieved to be back in action for the club.

The 27-year old full-back made it three appearances on the trot when he replaced captain Roger Johnson in the weekend’s FA Cup draw with Birmingham City and is glad to be playing pain free following ankle surgery in October.

"It's been so long and I am glad to have got back now and got off the bench a few times," he told Express & Star.

"The start of the season was so frustrating for me, playing on what was half an ankle, basically.

"It's just good to be back out there not feeling like I'm carrying anything, which is different to how it was at the start of the season.

"I am playing without pain again and just managing things like the scar tissue, which the physios are working to get down.

"That's just natural and will take time to get away but, hopefully, it won't be long before I'm back in my full stride."

 

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