Kightly ruled out of season finale
A groin injury is set to sideline Michael Kightly from Wolves' final game in the Premier League at Wigan on Sunday.
The winger has been undergoing treatment all week after being taken off in last weekend's goal-less draw with Everton but interim boss Terry Connor thinks the trip to the DW Stadium will come too soon for him. However, Connor is boosted by the return to fitness of fellow winger Matt Jarvis, who has been struggling of late with a similar problem. Christophe Berra is also expected to shake off the effects of the calf injury which forced him to be subbed against the Toffees, although he could miss out anyway if on-loan defender Sebastien Bassong recovers from a hamstring strain. Connor is hoping to sign off his spell in charge of the team with a first win in 13 games, before handing over the managerial reins to Stale Solbakken for next season. He said: "If we win tomorrow I can enjoy it, but all the players and staff have given me great support over two and half months, and the supporters. "A lot of people have wished me well but I know results haven't gone great, I know I've had full support from everyone, so thanks for that."