WINGER James Henry has revealed he is set to resume full training next week ahead of Millwall's FA Cup semi-final against Wigan at Wembley.
Henry damaged knee ligaments last month and had been told he would miss the remainder of the season, but the 23-year-old has made rapid progress during his recovery.
And the former Reading man is now confident that, with a week of training behind him, he will be fit enough to feature against the Latics on April 13.
Henry told NewsAtDen: "The last couple of days have been really good – I'm running outside already so things are going well. Provided that continues, I should be back on the training pitch on Monday.
"If I train on Monday, I do not see why I can't be involved against Sheffield Wednesday. But that will be down to the manager – he will have a look at me in training and make a decision then.
"I don't think it's a case of pushing myself too soon. After the initial scan we thought my knee was a lot worse that it actually was and that's why I was pencilled in to return next season.
"But I've seen a specialist and had another scan since and the signs are really good. It's just a case of how it feels now as to when I can play again.
"I'd prepared myself for the fact that I was going to miss the rest of the season so it's a big boost."