OPS A PAIN IN THE NEK
ZDENEK GRYGERA admits he will not play for Fulham again this season.
The Czech defender has been sidelined since picking up a knee ligament injury against Spurs in November.
Grygera, 31, has had two operations – both done by world famous US knee specialist Dr Richard Steadman.
But Grygera (above) is confident he will be back in action next season – and is targeting an August return.
He said: “I’m feeling really positive about my knee and my recovery from injury.
“Dr Steadman told me after the second surgery the recovery should be five or six months.
“With how I feel now I think the maximum will be five months, but we will see later on when I start to run.
“It’s nearly six weeks since my surgery and I’ll start to do more in terms of my recovery now.
“I’ll be doing more on the bike and working on the upper body in the gym, but I feel good.”