The Wolves star player underwent a serious operation when he clashed with Arsenal defender David Luiz and fractured his skull, for the first time ever since the accident he was seen up and about and visiting players at the training ground of Compton Park. Wolves doctor Matt Perry reported the player has made an excellent recovery.
The striker has pulled off the field on a stretcher after the horrifying clash at the Emirates on November 29 but now has been discharged from the hospital. He even stayed on the side grounds to watch over the practice session along with Nuno Espirito Santo. It is uncertain for now when the Wolves' top scorer will return to the training ground, but Wolves would be affected by his loss recently they lost to Liverpool in a humiliating 4-0 run without Jimenez.