Wolves defender Jonny Otto has suffered a second serious knee injury in less than 12 months.

The 27-year-old could now be out for the rest of the year after damaging the anterior cruciate ligament and medial ligament of his right knee in training on Sunday.

He only returned from his first ACL injury on the same knee – suffered last August – in February and had made eight appearances for Wolves this season.

“Jonny has suffered a re-injury to his right knee in training on Sunday. He will need surgery to the MCL and again to the ACL,” Wolves said in a statement.

“It is awful news for him. He will see a specialist in London this week.”

The Spain international has made 94 appearances for Wolves since joining, initially on loan, from Atletico Madrid in 2018.

Wolves will face West Ham in the Premier League on Monday still without Raul Jimenez, who fractured his skull against Arsenal in November.

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