Calum Chambers has resumed light training as he steps up his rehabilitation from surgery on his injured ACL.
The centre-back suffered his season-ending injury in December’s 2-1 defeat to Chelsea and isn’t expected to compete for a first team place until September.
An ACL injury is bad at the best of times, however, due to the Covid-19 lockdown, the 25-year-old has had to undertake 10 weeks of rehab on his own at home. Last week, he thanked the medical team for their help as they guided him through exercises for hours on end via video link.
Allowed back at London Colney for socially-distanced training sessions, it looks as though Calum is continuing to work on his fitness alone. Pictures show him jogging, stretching and sporting a very solid head of hair.