Lenell John-Lewis on his journey back from the ACL injury
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Lenell John-Lewis is currently on the road to recovery after suffering an ACL injury during Town’s fixture with Stoke City.
The forward has undergone surgery on his left knee and is now working to be back better and stronger.
Town’s frontman has provided the following update on his injury and progress in the gym.
“I injured my cruciate ligament in my left knee,” said Lenny. “I am now over four weeks post operation.
“I feel good. I am walking comfortably now with the help of the brace, but I feel good.
“I am able to get down to work now and start getting my leg strength back up.
“My daily routine consists of treatment to get the knee working and ready to move and get going.
“Then I just get in the gym now and build up the leg strength and getting the muscles back to a good size.”
Lenny is on schedule with his injury recovery and is pleased with the progress so far. He has ditched the crutches and is now in a knee brace for 4-6 weeks to help protect his knee.
“I feel like I am in a good place,” said Lenny. “Where I am at now – I am happy with it.
“I am able to walk comfortably, which is nice. Crutches aren’t anyone’s friends really.
“With one of these, it’s a long-term injury, so for me every day it’s just about building my strength.
“I will simply take each day as it comes. There are protocols with these things and things have to heal naturally.
“I have been fine with it. I am a very positive guy any way, so at the moment I have been ok.
“I have had a lot of support, from my partner, my kids and everyone at the club – everyone has been great.
“I have been through this situation before. I have come back from it once and I will 100 percent come back from it again.”