Cardiff midfielder fit for Wolves trip
Cardiff manager Neil Warnock is hopeful Victor Camarasa will be fit to face Wolves after recovering from a calf problem.
The midfielder, who is on loan from Spain's Real Betis, missed the games against Arsenal and Bournemouth before returning as a late substitute in the win over Southampton.
Camarasa has missed the two games since that success at St Mary's but Warnock feels he should be available for Saturday's trip to Molineux.
"He was disappointed he could not play, himself personally in the last few games," Warnock told reporters on Friday. "He is a lovely lad and you will not get anything less than 100 percent.
"He has so much ability and we do miss him, especially at this level, you need these kind of players in your team.
"Hopefully he will be able to contribute in the last 10 games because he is a game changer."
Oumar Niasse missed the loss to Everton as he was ineligible to face his parent club in midweek and could return to the starting XI, while Joe Ralls is expected to be available but is rated as a doubt.
Warnock stated he would make changes after the defeat to Everton and Harry Arter could return to the starting line-up after being left on the bench last time out.
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