The midfielder could be one of several key personnel to feature in the Black Country side's final Premier League game at Wigan Athletic after making a return to fitnessWolves manager Terry Connor is hoping to welcome up to five players inclduing winger Matt Jarvis back from injury for his side's final game of the season at Wigan.
Connor's side are set to bow out of the top flight following a disastrous campaign in which they have collected a meagre 25 points from 37 games.
However, the Black Country side are hoping to end the season on a high note with their first win since February's triumph at QPR and could be boosted by the return of several key personnel.
Connor told the club's official website: "Kevin Foley is progressing nicely, he's been out on the pitch with the medical people, so hopefully he's on the road to recovery. Matt Jarvis is very similar. So we will assess them almost on a daily basis and see how they feel.
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"Christophe [Berra] had a calf spasm and once it settles down he will have a chance to play and with Michael [Kightly] it's like Matt Jarvis - a slight abductor muscle strain. I expect Sebastian [Bassong] sometime this week - a couple of days physio and he'll be back out training."
The Wolves boss ruled young midfielder David Davis out of contention however, after revealing that the 21-year-old has yet to recover from the freak eye injury suffered in training.
"He had to shut down completely so to ask him to get back up to speed for one game might be asking too much," Connor said.
"But we will wait for an okay from the specialist, so that he can at least start his rehab work again."