Wolves, who have lost on six of their last seven trips to Huddersfield, still have Cameron Borthwick-Jackson waiting to make his debut.
The Manchester United loanee was left on the bench against Cambridge.
But Wolves are without midfielder Lee Evans, who is now not expected to return until after the international break, having been ruled out for a few weeks with a knee injury.
And, although Nouha Dicko is closing in on a return, new boss Walter Zenga remains without defenders Silvio and Mike Williamson, as well as Michal Zyro and Jordan Graham, who have both undergone knee operations.
This is Huddersfield’s best start to a second-tier season after four games since 1969-70 when they also won three and drew one.
Huddersfield have won 10 times in 13 league games against Wolves, who have lost on six of their last seven trips to Huddersfield.
Of the 13 teams that the Terriers have played 70 or more times in the Football League, their best win percentage is against Wolves (41.9% – 31 wins from 74 games).
Walter Zenga’s Wolves have so far won a league-best four points from losing positions this season.