Australian midfielder Bradden Inman says he is only a couple of weeks away from returning to full training with Peterborough United after breaking his leg in pre-season.
Inman has yet to play a game for the League One side after he joined Peterborough from Crewe Alexandra in the off-season. The attacker broke his left leg in a training accident in July.
The injury came soon after he was called into his first Socceroos squad by Ange Postecoglou.
It was a nightmare start to Inman's career with the Posh, but the 24-year old told FourFourTwo he should be back on the park next month.
"My recovery has been fine, I'm just getting into the rhythm of running and turning, kicking etc," he said.
"I'm itching to show everyone my talent."
The South Australian has been in the UK for a decade after joining Newcastle United as a teenager. Inman has signed with Peterborough for the next three years.
"The club is great, I've been settled in after the pre-season camp in Portugal," he said.
"They're a good bunch of lads."
Inman's goal is to get back on the field and impress for both club and country. The player had a breakout year last season with Crewe, bagging 10 goals in 42 appearances.
"Hopefully get fit, score goals and help Peterborough get promoted," he said.
"Then hopefully Ange is watching."