Harry Redknapp was delighted to see Aaron Lennon take part in training in Tuesday's Open Training Event at White Hart Lane.
The winger was in flying form when a groin injury got the better of him at the turn of the year.
His last match was the 2-0 win against West Ham at the Lane on December 28 and he's missed our last 19 matches in all competitions as we fight for fourth place in the Barclays Premier League and go for the FA Cup.
However, 'Azza' was back out with the squad in front of a healthy crowd at the Lane for Tuesday's training.
"Today is the first day Aaron has joined in a training session, it's his first morning back," Harry told the fans in a question and answer session after training.
"It was great to see him out training but we've got to take our time, it's important he doesn't break down and have another setback.
"We'll see how he goes this week, the physios will monitor his progress and they will let us know when he's ready to come back and start playing again. He's getting closer and that's good news."