Injury-hit Wolves will be without winger James Henry when they come to Huddersfield Town on Saturday.

The 26-year-old has been ruled out for three weeks with a hamstring tear.

The former Millwall player has figured in every Wolves league match this season and scored seven times.

He was injured early in Saturday’s 2-1 home defeat by Preston North End as the Molineux side’s winless run was stretched to five games.

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Wolves boss Kenny Jackett, whose team are 12th to Town’s 17th, was without seven senior players for the Preston match.

Defenders Mike Williamson and Kortney Hause are expected back imminently after missing two and four months respectively with hamstring injuries.

Michal Zyro is out with a calf problem and fellow midfielder David Edwards won’t be back until April with a broken metatarsal.

And striker Nouha Dicko, midfielder Jordan Graham and winger Razak Boukari are long-term absentees with knee injuries.

Town have midfielder Emyr Huws out with an ankle injury while winger Sean Scannell and striker Ishmael Miller have knee problems.