Top scorer heads the list of returning players
Byron Harrison has shaken off a back injury and is likely to be available for Sunday’s FA Cup second round tie at Milton Keynes.
Mike Rayner confirmed that Wimbledon’s top scorer is due to be back in full training tomorrow after missing Saturday’s defeat at Morecambe.
Our club physio also provided an update on other players edging towards full fitness after a spell when the Dons have been hit by a lengthy injury list.
is now back in full training after recovering from the knee injury that has kept him out for the last couple of weeks and he should be in contention for Sunday’s cup tie.Luke Moore
, who suffered a small fracture to his shin in the match at Fleetwood last month, could be back in four or five weeks. The midfielder’s injury was not as bad as first feared and he is currently doing work in the gym as he continues his recuperation.Sammy MooreThere was also positive news to report on the progress of players on the long-term injury list.
is even closer to a return from the double leg break that he suffered at Crawley in April. The striker has reached the end phase of his running schedule and will soon step up his rehabilitation with fitness coach Jason Moriarty. If all goes well, then he could be back in full training in 10 days’ time.Jason Prior
Mike Rayner said: “It has been a hard slog for Jason, but he has made it far easier for everyone by showing a first-class attitude. He has worked tremendously hard and has kept very positive. The results speak for themselves and he is bang on schedule. Jason has been excellent in the way he has dealt with the injury.”
, who has been out with a knee injury for three months, should be back in full training in the next couple of days.Brendan Kiernan (hamstring) should be back in full training next week and Warren Cummings
Dons Player subscribers will be able to view a video interview with Sammy Moore this afternoon about his road to recovery.