Roger Johnson
Wolverhampton captain Roger Johnson

Wolves will be taking internal disciplinary action against club captain Roger Johnson, who reportedly arrived drunk to a training session on Monday, according to a Daily Mail report.

Terry Connor, who is acting manager at the club following the dismissal of Mick McCarthy, reported the matter to owner Steve Morgan after being made aware of the situation. Needless to say, Morgan was furious.

"Roger was involved in a breach of club discipline on Monday for which he has apologised and accepted his punishment," the Daily Mail quoted Connor as saying.

The English defender, who was assigned to train with Wolves' development squad, will be slapped with a £50,000 fine following his misconduct, which reportedly also enraged seniors at the Wolves camp.

Apparently the 28-year-old defender drank a little too much on Sunday night. It is speculated that the cause of his misery was being dropped for two consecutive games - against Newcastle and Fulham.

Johnson has made a public apology for his misconduct.

"My conduct and approach to training on Monday was below the high standard the club rightly needs and demands from me - and what I demand from myself. I have apologised to the manager, my team-mates and the club," the Daily Mail quoted the English centre-back as saying.