Wolves striker Raul Jimenez visited the club’s training ground for the first time since breaking his skull during a match against Arsenal last month.
Jimenez underwent surgery on November 29 in a head-on collision with Arsenal defender David Luiz, who was seen being stretched from the pitch at the Emirates.
The Wolves confirmed on Tuesday that Jimenez had been released from hospital, releasing pictures of the Mexican striker at the club training ground on Thursday.
“Along with the club doctor, the team hugged the Mexican striker and greeted him with a smile. They took a break from training to welcome their friend back to Compton Park,” the club said on its website.
“Before Jimenez returned home, he saw part of the session with head coach Nuno Esprito Santo, who has been recovering since being discharged from the hospital last week.
“A giant banner in support of Jimenez, crowded with supporters from all over the world, covering all three blocks of the Steve Bull Upper Stand, ready to be seen from Rawl’s home in Saturday’s match against Aston Villa.”
It is unknown at this time what he will do after leaving the post.
The 29-year-old released a statement through his Twitter account last week expressing his desire to “return to the field soon.”
Nuno, the wolves’ head coach, said he was “scared” of the striker following a head injury.
Nuno said: “It was so serious, everyone was scared, everyone was worried. As the days went by, we were able to get back to a normal situation because we knew he was being well taken care of.”
Support for the introduction of concussion alternatives increased following the collision of Jimenez and Lewis with former players, managers and coaches.
Dallas greets Jimenez
Manchester United defender Alex Dellas has sent a message of support to Jimenez.
United suffered a similar head injury to his left back while playing for the Crimea in Brazil, and the Mexican understands what is going on.
He said Inside United: “What I can say to Raoul is that unfortunately this type of football exists.
“It’s not normal, but it happens.
“I’ve met it and I want him to have a lot of strength. He will definitely heal, thank God, it’s not so serious and he can get back to playing quickly, he’s doing what he loves so much.
“Our players should have this unity. I wish him well and he will recover soon.”