Albion head coach Graham Potter has given an injury update on Adam Lallana, Danny Welbeck and Aaron Connolly.

Lallana was not involved in the defeat to Arsenal on Tuesday, after going off at half time in the 2-2 draw with West Ham with a groin problem.

Danny Welbeck and Aaron Connolly were both unused substitutes against Arsenal.

Welbeck had a ‘slight feeling in his knee’ after the West Ham game.

But after the defeat to the Gunners, Potter was hopeful he would feature against Wolves.

Meanwhile Connolly only returned to the squad on Tuesday after recovering from a slight twinge in his groin, which saw him miss the West Ham game.

However, Potter has given an update on the trio ahead of their game with Wolves on Saturday.

He said: “Adam Lallana is touch and go, we will have to see tomorrow.

"We will give him as much time as possible of course but he is probably a little bit of a doubt as is Danny Welbeck.

“Aaron has trained today which is more of a positive in terms of we needed to give him a bit more time, after he missed the West Ham game with a slight feeling in his groin.

"So with the amount of training time and days we have had in between, it has not been so easy to really assess where he is at.

"When you look historically at someone like Aaron he has had some muscle problems.

"But the fact he has trained today and he was on the bench the other night means we are hopeful he can be involved in the game.”

Tariq Lamptey had already been ruled out of the match against Wolves with a hamstring problem which has seen him miss Albion’s last three games.

But Potter has given a positive update on when Lamptey could return to action.

He said: “No he is getting closer maybe the following match is a possibility, but it will depend on how he responds over the next few days.”