The prolific striker was sick right after the end of Man City’s defeat of Liverpool
Sergio Aguero is set to make his Manchester City return when they face Wolves on Monday evening.
City’s prolific striker missed their two cup wins over Rotherham and Burton with a sickness bug.
But he has returned to first-team training ahead of their showdown with in-form Wolves.
Citizens boss Pep Guardiola explained: “He was sick right after the game against Liverpool.
“He is a little bit better, and today was his first training session.”
Meanwhile, captain Vincent Kompany is a doubt for the Wolves clash with a muscle injury.
Guardiola is wary of ninth-placed Wolves and hailed their performances to date this season.
He added: “We realised in the first game how complicated they would be.
“They are strong physically and make good runs in counter-attacks. They defend well and deep, they control many areas.
“That is why they are doing incredibly well in the Premier League.”