Fulham manager Roy Hodgson is short of attacking options for tomorrow night's clash at the Volkswagen Arena following a thigh injury suffered by Clint Dempsey.
Bobby Zamora is struggling with an Achilles injury while David Elm has not travelled with the squad after going to hospital to have checks on the recurrence of a virus he picked up in Turin last month.
Zamora trained tonight but if he misses out Hodgson will have to pair midfielder Zoltan Gera with veteran striker Erik Nevland up front tomorrow.
Hodgson, who is already without Andy Johnson for the rest of the season, is confident his side will be able to perform even if Zamora does not play.
"We've played quite a lot of games without Bobby this season so I don't think I had any fears. We needed to prove we could win without him," said the 62-year-old.
"We've been stretched up front all season.
"We lost Andy Johnson in the first week in January, so that limited us.
"Dempsey took a knock against Wigan and he could be out for some time.
"That means resources are even more stretched than they have been but Gera has partnered Bobby up front and together they've done a very good job for the team."
Fulham were in control for the majority of last week's first leg at Craven Cottage and they should have gone 3-0 up before Alexander Madlung scored what could turn out to be a vital away goal for Wolfsburg.
Tomorrow night's clash in Lower Saxony will be the Cottagers' 54th match of a long season which began with a win over Lithuanian minnows Vetra in July.
Hodgson's side have complained of tiredness, but he is adamant that both he and his players will not be suffering from fatigue tomorrow.
"These sort of games fire you up even more and they remind you why you still want to be involved at the very top level," said Hodgson, who took Inter Milan to the UEFA Cup final in 1997.
"We've had some great games in the Europa League, we'll have another one tomorrow night and another one (against Liverpool in the Premier League) at Anfield on Sunday."