Brentford winger Sergi Canos has shared another update as he continues his recovery from a serious knee injury.
The Spaniard has not been available for selection since the start of October when he suffered the injury during training after the Bees’ 1-0 loss to Nottingham Forest.
But he now appears to have taken a different approach in speeding up the process, sharing footage of himself ballroom dancing at the Brentford training ground on his Instagram story.
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Writing on his story first he said: “After 3 months of being stuck in the gym and watching my teammates through the window… I decided to put some fun into rehab.”
Prior to the knock, Canos was an ever present in the Bees’ starting XI, notching three assists in 11 matches before suffering the knock.
However, Thomas Frank and his side have not exactly suffered without him. In his absence, summer-signing Bryan Mbeumo has stepped up impressively, scoring 11 goals and assisting five more in 26 games.
It has been rather inspiring watching Canos’ recovery from this serious knee injury.
So often these types of setbacks can serious effect a player’s mental health and it is easy to see why. You are suddenly left unable to do the one thing you have worked your whole life to do. That would effect anyone.
But for Canos, he seems to have just attacked it head on. Getting incredibly involved in every aspect of the recovery process and it seems to have worked wonders for his mental health.