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Too Early to Discuss Raul Jimenez Return, Says Wolves Boss Nuno Espirito Santo

 Wolverhampton Wanderers' Raul Jimenez is gaining amazing ground following a medical procedure on a broke skull however director Nuno Espirito Santo said on Friday it was too soon to set a time span for the Mexican striker's return. 

Jimenez, 29, was harmed after a conflict of heads with Arsenal safeguard David Luiz at the Emirates Stadium on Sunday. He got long treatment on the pitch prior to being taken off and raced to clinic however could be released as right on time as one week from now. 

'It was intense and everybody was apprehensive, everybody was concerned. As the days pass by and, realizing he is being taken acceptable consideration of, we have had the option to re-visitation of a typical circumstance,' Nuno said in front of Sunday's Premier League game at champions Liverpool. 

'Presently we need to stay together and every one of our musings and petitions go to Raul. It's too soon to consider the big picture (Jimenez's return). He is recuperating admirably. It's certain yet we know it's a significant circumstance. 

'We are not permitted to visit him, what Raul needs is the organization and love of his family. He needs to manage this circumstance with his friends and family.' 

Diogo Jota, who has scored nine objectives since joining Liverpool from Wolves in the nearby season, is set to arrange unexpectedly against his previous club and Nuno praised the 24-year-old forward for getting straight down to business at the Merseyside outfit. 

'We are glad and upbeat Diogo is progressing admirably. He is an awesome player and a phenomenal kid. We shared countless things which will never be failed to remember,' Nuno said. 

'We know his attributes however we will confront Liverpool so we must know about their characteristics, Diogo in addition to the wide range of various gifted players Liverpool have.'

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