KV Kortrijk’s South African goalkeeper, Darren Keet, is still on track to be fit for when his side begin pre-season training later this month.
The 24-year-old shot-stopper underwent an operation on his shoulder recently in an attempt to fix a long-standing problem that he has been playing with, though he is expected to be fit to return to action soon.
Keet missed Kortrijk’s last two games of the Belgian season in order to give himself extra time to recuperate, and is currently on schedule with his recovery.
Speaking to the Siya crew, the Capetonian said, “I’m on track, and everything is going as planned, so that’s all good."
“I still have a bit of inflammation in the bone where they had to shave it, but that should get better in the next week. My flexibility is good, but my injured shoulder is about 10% weaker than my other one. That will get stronger as I work more over time.”
Kortrijk, along with Keet, will begin their pre-season training on June 15, as they prepare for their 2014/15 Belgian Pro League campaign.