Wolverhampton coach Nuno Espirito Santo said he is “absolutely confident” striker Raul Jimenez will be able to play again this season after breaking his skull in November. The Mexican international striker needed surgery after a head-on clash with David Luiz during Wolves’ victory at Arsenal on November 29. Nuno is sure the 29-year-old will be able to make a comeback this season but said the club is not in a hurry to return. When asked if he would return to play again this season, Nuno replied: “Absolutely sure, totally confident.” Sure, speed is the speed we have to go. We need to be aware of the circumstances. Avoid any kind of contact. Photo: Wolves player Raul Jimenez received treatment at the Emirates Stadium in November after suffering a fractured skull. Without a hurry. He is glad that he is getting better day by day. So it’s great for us. “ Saturday February 27 at 7:45 p.m. Kick-off at 8:00 pm, Wolverhampton struggled to replace Jimenez on their team, as 18-year-old Fabio Silva was initially appointed before the wolves moved to Willian Jose in January.- The Real striker did not score Sociedad so far in seven games while Silva scored two goals in 18 games since Jimenez was injured, and the wolves travel to struggling Newcastle on Saturday, live on Sky Sports, the Premier League, at 8 pm.