The absence of the talismanic forward has been significant for Nuno, with Wolves guaranteed to finish in their lowest position since returning to the Premier League.
Fabio Silva, the £35m forward, has struggled in his first season in English football while Willian Jose, who was signed as a temporary Jiménez replacement in January, has proved a disappointment.
Wolves have failed to score in 12 Premier League matches this season and face Everton on Wednesday night.
Nuno said: “He’s OK, he meets the specialist on Tuesday and based on that information we will decide [what to do next]. He is working and training but we have to be really patient and cannot afford any kind of mistake.
“The finishing [against Spurs] was very bad. We want to keep trying to improve and finding new solutions to our game.”