It has been a “tricky season” for Joe Lolley, but the Nottingham Forest winger is confident he is starting to find form again.
The 28-year-old suffered from muscle compartment syndrome towards the end of last term, a condition which left him in pain in both legs every time he ran.
He had injections in the summer to try to solve the problem, but now admits he perhaps rushed back too soon.
Lolley continued to be a regular starter early on in the campaign, though struggled to reach the high standards he had previously set himself.
After a spell where he found himself on the bench and not involved, he has begun to show glimpses of his old self in recent weeks and was back in the first XI at Swansea City last Wednesday night.
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