The Liverpool midfielder Alek Bets-Chamberlain is set to return before the end of the season.
England's international representative was in decline as he suffered a serious knee injury against Roma in the Champions League semi-finals on Anfield in April.
Jurgen Klopp effectively managed the Bets-Chamberlain from the entire 2018/19 campaign. But a $ 35 million man hopes to be able to play a role during the run.
"I wish I could appear at least before the end of the season," he said.
"The next target for me is to build more in the gym so that you can run out again. I'm probably going to have to do two months of work that is not my favorite thing.
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"When the ball comes out, it will get easier. I already started to cross the ball in which it feels good. When I leave, I feel much closer.
"Even when I return, I will not be completely in the race, but it would be nice to appear several times before the end of the season. Probably more mentally, to prove that I can. Then I will have a good preseason and start again in the next season. "
Bets-Chamberlain says the steadfast support of Jürgen Klopp and the message of support to the fans of the club helped keep the ghosts on the long road to fitness.
"Jurgen was huge for me," he said.
"Whenever I see him, he has a smile on his face. He is really positive and holds me in his mind.
"When he talks about the team, he will refer me to what's nice, especially when the guys do it so well.
"He gave me time, he said," We know how long it will be, do not worry about it, get up and we'll go again. "It's nice to hear.
"It was really a tough time, and I could not do what I loved, I had injuries before it was difficult." The fans said: "He's wounded again, you can not believe him, he's always hurt."
"But here I only had positive feedback from the fans. You can not ask for more.
"When they remind you to miss you and can not wait to see you there, they continue to go massively. I can not thank them for that.
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"I want to go back and reward their patience and support by returning to the field and bringing it to the level at which I was before, and even better hope."
Bets-Chamberlain talks about the biggest loss of his career and his strenuous rehabilitation program in the latest edition of BetVictor's "This is Melvood".
The 25-year-old knew she was facing a long run as she drove to Anfield in April in April after joining Alexander Kolarrow.
"I've had a lot of blows over the years, I'm not the one to move, I'll be back soon," he said.
"But right away, I knew that I was in trouble – something bad happened." Dejan Lovren was holding my head in my hands.
"I remember sitting in a tunnel room and asking," Is this my ACL? Be honest with me. & # 39;
"They said they were worried about it and how it turned out to be."
Over the past seven months, Blade-Chamberlain has made a close relationship with teenager Ryan Brevster, who is on a returnee trauma after an operation on his wrist and knee earlier this year.
Brevster got a green light to start outdoors training at Melvood while dealing with higher debut.
"It's nice to have a younger guy through which I can go through it," Oxlade-Chemberen said.
"Rian is a great guy and I do not have to tell him much. Many times, he checks me.
"He is so positive and has this youthful enthusiasm about him. He keeps on continuing.
"He decided to leave me now – so selfish to return to the field and leave me here!
"I'm glad to see him. I'm looking forward to seeing what he can do now in the field."
Bets-Chamberlain says he owes gratitude to physicist Richie Partridge, who was with him every step.
"Richie was great for me," he added.
"The biggest thing is a mental battle. There are days when you do not play well, your knee is painful and you become frustrated.
"Richie is good at the moment and says:" Well, just do it today, clean your head and we'll start again tomorrow. I can not thank him enough, but he has not returned me yet, so I can not forget him!
"You probably have many more bad days than good days when you are on rehabilitation, because in the end you are doing something you do not want to do.
"You are here with the young men every day, you have your garbage and jokes with them, and then they go and put their boots to practice. You are left in the silent room where you work your gym, especially when you know it will be a long process .
"I'm standing on the window and looking at the training – I watch Robbie (Andy Robertson) trying to cross the ball and then give him a little stick when he comes in!
"I'm struggling to go to the game, then it's the most frustrating, but it's important to show support to the boys."
* Watch the chat with Oklade-Chamberlain completely HERE