Michael Coulson will return to Oakwell in a fortnight to start rehabilitation on his knee following surgery to repair cruciate ligament damage.

The Reds' striker has suffered from the injury twice. The first time he injured the ligament was in April last year and fought his way back to make three first-team appearances off the bench before suffering a similar injury to the same knee in another training ground incident last month.

Coulson told the club's official website: "My knee is still a bit sore and swollen and I now have to take it easy for the first fortnight.

"The first two weeks is always the worst because all I want to do is get back to the club and start my rehab work.

"I have to wait for the swelling to go down and it is all about rest, icing my knee and trying to get a little bit of movement back. The surgeon told me that the operation when very, very well and they managed to get a good new graft in there. I am sick of hospitals though.

"I know I'm in for a long road back but I have done it before and I know what is coming. I cannot wait to get back to the club and start again."
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