" It is coming along really well actually, obviously when I did my injury I was quite worried because the swelling was so bad. My first fears were that I was going to be out for quite a while but I stayed positive and it has healed really well with the treatment Dolly (Neil Dalton) has been giving me. It has responded really well to it, I keep stepping up my rehabilitation every day in the last couple of weeks so I am quite pleased with how it is going.
" I have to fight my way back into the side now but that's football. Obviously I put a lot of hard work into pre-season and I started the season well, I was pleased with how I was playing, I felt like I was getting better with every game. Unfortunately these things happen, it was just the way it happened really, I carried on really when I maybe I shouldn't have but I just did it for the team to get three points. We got the three points and that was the most important thing and I worried about my ankle afterwards.
" Murph (Peter Murphy) has come in and the team has been doing really well, picking up some positive results. In a way it has been quite good for me because I have been able to get my ankle right properly. Maybe if the team had had a few poor results then I might have had to maybe rush it back and it could have been worse for me. So the team is doing fantastic and I am not really worried about them, I just want to concentrate on getting fit and I will take that chance when it comes to it.
" I don't really know how long it will be before I come back, me and Dolly have been talking, just taking each day as it comes. The more I am doing the work he is telling me to do I have not had any reaction and the better it has been. So Dolly has been really pleased and hopefully maybe next week I will be able to get out there on the field and do a bit of sharper work to test out a bit on the twisting and turning, see how that fares with that. If I come through that then that will be really good, looking to coming back sooner rather than later. "