De Laet was forced to pull out of the game against Blackpool on Saturday due to a back injury.
But Leicester are confident De Laet will be fit for the clash with Wolves on 16th September.
“His back was stiff and he didn’t feel he could play,” said Leicester boss Nigel Pearson.
“He will be fine for Wolves and Richie Wellens might be, you never know.”
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