Millwall manager Neil Harris has given an update on the recovery of striker Tom Bradshaw.
The 26-year-old attacker suffered a serious knee injury on 3rd November at Brentford in the Sky Bet Championship, but has resumed running on an AlterG Anti-Gravity Treadmill, as shown on Bradshaw's personal Instagram account.
Speaking to millwallfc.co.uk, Harris informed of the striker's condition, and praised his "work ethic" in his recovery.
"It's great news," he said. "We can get him back on the training pitch, not in the group, but on the pitch in the next three-to-four weeks, which will be a big boost for him and for everybody.
"I have to give a special mention to him. Like we found with Byron [Webster] last year, a long-term injury is not easy to recover from, physically and mentally.
"His process and his work ethic in attacking what he is doing every day is first class. Even when the boys have had a poor result, or a spell in which we haven't won games leading up to Christmas, he has lifted them with his spirit. That's really key, and that's what being a really good Millwall team is all about."