Nigeria goalkeeper Carl Ikeme has disclosed that his recovery from hamstring injury has been ‘slow and tough.’
The 31-year-old has been on the sideline since March having suffered a hamstring injury while on international duty with the Super Eagles in London.
Ikeme revealed that he is looking forward to the Wolves pre-season training which starts next week as he eyes immediate return to action with the club and the Nigeria national team.
“It's [recovery and fitness] been slow and tough. It was something I was carrying for a long time. I couldn't play or train,” Ikeme told TheNFF.
“It took more than a normal hamstring injury. I have been working hard every day with the physios and hopefully, I'm closer to getting back to training.
“We start our pre-season on Monday so hopefully, I can start building up in training and hopefully, I can be available for our games and the Nigeria games coming up as well.
"I think I should be back to full fitness because I have not been able to do too much but I've been strong. I have been training hard with the team in the last three weeks.
"I'm hoping I should be back to normal training in two weeks."