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Plenty of positives to report in our latest injury round-up with Head of Medical Facilities Dr Charlotte Cowie.
Fredi Kanoute (aductor)
He did really well on Monday, he ran and did quite a bit of twisting and turning with no problems. We're hoping by the end of the week he'll be back in full training.
Sean Davis (knee)
He's running and doing well. He's been joining in training this week and seems to be progressing well. It's just a case of getting him fit and sharp before he returns. It shouldn't be too long before he's back in full training.
Rohan Ricketts (knee)
He'll go back into partial training soon as he's twisting and turning with comfort but sometimes when he kicks the ball he feels some discomfort. He's progressed well. We've got to be protected for a few days yet but he's almost there.
Reto Ziegler (hamstring)
He had a scan on Monday and there is fluid there, so there is some damage but it is fairly minor. The length of time on hamstring injuries always varies depending on how serious the tear is and because it is minor we should be able to get him back fairly quickly. He's actually managed to do a bit of running this morning and it's obvious from looking at him that he's not struggling too much with it but at the same time, we don't to push him back too early.
Marton Fulop (back)
He has some problems with his lower back. He had an injection on Monday that should settle things down further and if he's comfortable, he'll train on Tuesday.
Robert Burch (ankle)
He's much stronger than he was last week but it will still be a couple more weeks. It's still a four-week timescale for him.
Kieran McKenna (hamstring)
Kieran's had a hamstring problem. He trained comfortably on Monday and we'll decide on Tuesday if he's ready for Wednesday's reserve match. He's just about there now.