Wolverhampton Wanderers’ Pedro Neto has picked up a hamstring injury on two separate occasions this season.

The Portugal international suffered the latest setback in March and after spending over two months on the sidelines, he came off the bench in Wolves’ defeat to Liverpool.

The Wolves forward make it to the Portugal squad for the Euros, even though he is still not ready to play the full 90 minutes just yet.

Portugal manager Roberto Martínez has been speaking to Sport TV, and was asked if he’s concerned about the 24-year-old’s ‘lack of rhythm’, ahead of the European championship, and his comments are relayed by O Jogo.

The Spaniard has insisted the need to manage the former SC Braga man carefully ahead of the European championship.

“Pedro Neto has been working for three weeks and is now fit and fresh. Pedro can play 20 minutes, 45 minutes, an hour and then the tournament,” he said.

On what the Wolves star brings to the national team, Martínez explained: “His versatility are his strengths. He can play on the left, the right, he’s very strong in transition and gives options for a line of five [wing-back when playing three at the back]. He can play in different positions.”

Neto has scored three goals and registered 11 assists from 24 games for Wolves this season. His deal lasts until 2027 and recent claims from the UK have stated several clubs are interested in taking him away from Gary O’Neil’s side in the summer window.