Brentford midfielder Sergi Canos has issued an upbeat message to supporters after continuing his road to recovery from a knee injury that was sustained in October.
Canos suffered the issue against Nottingham Forest during the first half of the season and the 23-year-old Spaniard has gone on to miss the club’s last 26 games in all competitions.
It has been four months since the he first sustained the problem, but he took a huge step to getting back on the Griffin Park turf on Wednesday morning, as he completed a another session at the club’s training ground.
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Canos has been back running for the last couple of weeks, and has now begun to start some light ball work.
He posted this video clip on Twitter, which showed him attempting a simple passing drill with the club’s coaching staff.
— Sergi Canós Tenés (@sergicanos) February 26, 2020
He also sent an encouraging message to the Brentford fans, thanking them for their support during his time on the sidelines.
It remains to be seen when the Spaniard will be ready to feature for the first-team, as there is still a long way to go until he’s match fit and able to sustain a ninety minute game.
It is another key milestone in his recovery from such a severe injury, and he is clearly working hard to get back in a position to help the team in the upcoming run-in.
Canos made a total of eleven appearances for Brentford this term prior to the injury, contributing with three assists.
Bryan Mbeumo has filled in the hole left by Canos well, as the Frenchman has gone on to score twelve goals for the Bees.