Wolverhampton Wanderers youngster Enso Gonzalez is set for a month on the sidelines after discovering a crack in his hip.

That’s according to journalist Christian Martin, who say the player has suffered a recurrence of the issue picked up with Paraguay in the pre-Olympic games earlier this month.

The 19-year-old is yet to play for Wolves senior team after joining in a €6m deal from Libertad in August last year.

He’s instead been making his way with the youth side in Premier League 2, as well as featuring in the EFL Trophy earlier in the season.

He’s also been busy on the international stage with Paraguay’s U23 side, featuring in their pre-Olympic qualifying games earlier this month when they took on the likes of Brazil, Argentina and Venezuela to qualify for the games in Paris.

It was the latter of those games in which he picked up an injury, according to Martin, which has since been confirmed by Wolves following the recent Premier League 2 win over West Brom.

Further scans on the injury have now confirmed a crack in his hip, which is set to keep him out of action for at least a month.

“Enso has a crack in his hip, and he’ll be out for at least a month,” he told Versus in a ‘scoop’ regarding the youngster.

“It’s a problem that he picked up in the pre-Olympics, but he came back well, happy and excited. Then he was injured.

“Wolves had told us he was going to start training with the first team, but he played against West Bromwich Albion and the pain he had suffered in the pre-Olympics in Venezuela came back.

“He’ll be out for a month. They did a test after he had felt something in the pre-Olympics and he told Wolverhampton, who did the tests and found a small crack. He’ll be out for a month but it’s nothing to worry about.”