The German star needed emergency surgery after his thigh muscle blew up to twice its size - known as 'decompartmentalised' - after the Boxing Day clash against Charlton.
He needed two operations - the first released the pressure in the thigh and the second saw the surgeon stitch up what was a 10-inch incision.
The wing-back has been able to run twice a day and was back lapping the pitches at Spurs Lodge last week.
"It is going well," he reported. "I've had a lot of work to do and it's been quite hard, quite painful but the result is there.
"I can jog a little, kick a ball a little and I'm moving forward.
"The muscle is getting there, a little inside needs building up, but I'm quite happy.
"I'm jogging, doing my co-ordination work, some weights and having treatment and that's it at the moment. It's going well."
Christian Ziege is jogging again as he battles back from his horror thigh injury.