Wayne Hennessey suffers blow in injury comeback

Wolverhampton Wanderers and Wales goalkeeper Wayne Hennessey suffers major set back in his return from injury Credit: Stephen Pond/EMPICS Sport

Wolverhampton Wanderers and Wales goalkeeper Wayne Hennessey has suffered a major set back in his return from a cruciate ligament injury.

The 25 year-old has been out of action since April and has missed all of Wales' World Cup qualifying games.

Hennessey was nearing a return to fitness and had played three reserve team games for Wolves.

Although the stopper, who has won 38 caps for Wales, suffered a knee injury in training on Monday and an MRI scan has confirmed he needs further surgery.

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