Wolves striker George Ndah has decided to retire with immediate effect after a series of injuries over the past two seasons.
This season he made 16 first team appearances - ten coming on as a substitute, and he scored one goal which came in the televised match at Derby County's Pride Park.
In all, George totaled 92 first team appearances (40 as a substitute) and he scored 19 goals.
His last game was for the reserves against Aston Villa at Telford earlier this month when he scored in a 3-1 defeat.
He said on WOW: "I have been thinking about it (retiring) for quite a while.
Seol Ki-Hyeon is back from illness but the Sky Blues clash is likely to come too soon for George Ndah and Jackie McNamara who are getting over long-term knee injuries.
Ndah got one back for Wolves in the 74th minute from 12-yards after a good cross from Cornes.
Wolves striker George Ndah has signed a new 12 month contract at Wolves, his existing deal was due to expire today.Ndah missed the whole of last season due to a knee injury he picked up in the first leg of the play-off semi final against Reading in May 2003.
After undergoing surgery, Ndah was initially expecting to be out for just three to four months.
But, his comeback was constantly delayed and admits there were days during the long winter months when he felt very low and was grateful to his fellow long-term injury victims Matt Murray and Jo Lescott for helping keep him going.
Now he is looking forward to restarting his Molineux career when he reports for pre-season training on Monday.
Ndah said on WOW:"I can't wait for Monday and to get going.
"I'm going back into full training but I'll be playing it by ear.
Striker George Ndah also missed all of last season with knee problems, and he hopes to be fit for the start of the next campaign.Ndah is also expected to sign a new one-year deal at Molineux later this month.
Wolves striker George Ndah is expected to be out for a further three months after having an operation on his left knee.
The striker had surgery to the same knee after the play-off final in May and has been slowly working his way through a rehabilitation programme which has included two spells at the special sports injury centre at Lilleshall.
But he broke down again earlier this month and visited a specialist who felt surgery would be the best option to treatment the fresh injury.
Physio Barry Holmes said on WOW: "George had the operation on Tuesday which highlighted a weakness in one of the bones in his knee "They carried out a procedure which aims to improve the blood supply to the area by drilling into the weak bone.
But bad more bad news for George Ndah, he is waiting to hear a consultant's verdict as to whether or not he faces another operation.
Ndah had surgery on his left knee days after the play-off final in May but as he went through the recovery process he suffered a further, separate, injury to the same knee.
"Obviously, I'm really down at the moment," he said.
Also still on the injury list is George Ndah, who is being sent to Lilleshall for two weeks of rehab.
Wolves striker George Ndah has had clear-up operation to try and solve his ongoing knee problems.
The problem started during Wolves play-off first leg at home against Reading last month and he has been receiving treatment ever since.
Wolves: are sweating on the fitness of striker George Ndah ahead of Monday's final.
Ndah has been to see a specialist, but physio Barry Holmes expects him to train on the Saturday and be ready for Monday's massive showdown.
"We have explored all options to try and help George be fit for Monday's game and we will continue with the current regime of treatment and rest up until the weekend," he said.
"George is due to return to training on Saturday and we will then closely monitor his condition to make sure there is no reaction."
If Ndah does not make it Nathan Blake will continue alongside Kenny Miller in attack, with Jones expected to name a full-strength line up behind them.
Injury Update: Wolves striker George Ndah is hoping to be fit for Bank Holdiay Monday's big play-off final.He was forced to sit out Wolves second leg victory over Reading in the play-off semi-final second leg after picking up a knee injury during the first leg.
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