The Welsh star has managed just a handful of games in the last year after being sidelined by hip and shin problems.
Surgery to clear up the shin complaint six weeks ago has been successful and after a week's full training, albeit without much contact, Simon is hoping to be available for selection for the visit of Norwich City on Sunday.
"I owe Tottenham a lot," insisted the 2002 Spurs and Welsh Player of the Year. "Last year was a difficult year but the club has stood by me, I've got a new long-term contract and I want to repay that faith.
"The fans have been brilliant, very patient when I've been injured and once I get back in the team I can move on with my career.
"It's been a year since I've played free of injury. It's been difficult. Touch wood I'm pain free for the first time in a long time so I'm looking to get back in the team and do well."
It says a lot for the 24-year-old's determination that he's not really thought about what could be one of the biggest games of his career - England against Wales in the World Cup qualifiers at Old Trafford next month.
"That's a great target a month down the line but Tottenham is my main priority at the moment," he stated.
"Wales will be a bonus and England will be a great game to be involved with. But all I'm thinking about is getting back playing for Tottenham. Hopefully I'll be back for Wales in that game with a few matches under my belt for Spurs."
Simon Davies is determined to repay the faith of the club and the fans as he returns from injury.