Brentford forward Marcus Forss has issued an update to supporters after continuing his road to recovery from a hamstring injury that was sustained in January.
The Finn suffered the issue against Portsmouth whilst on loan at AFC Wimbledon, which resulted in Brentford recalling the 20-year-old striker so he could undergo surgery and rehabilitation. He scored 11 goals in 18 league games during his time with the Dons.
It has been nine weeks since he underwent surgery on the issue, but he took another big step to getting back on the Griffin Park turf on Tuesday.
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Forss posted an update on March 11 showing that he was back running on the treadmill just under two months after surgery, and the Finn stepped up his recovery further this week with a weight and resistance session at his home, as social distancing measures come into effect.
That adds to another session he did on Monday at Brentford’s training ground, where he posted an upbeat message to supporters on his Instagram story, alongside a video of him doing a strength session.
This is good news for Brentford and Forss himself, as the Finn continues his road to recovery.
For him to be in the condition he is in two months after undergoing surgery is a great achievement by himself and Brentford’s medical staff.
The end of the season may come too soon for Forss, but with uncertainty about when fixtures are likely to resume, anything can happen.