Harry Kane has taken a huge step in his recovery from a hamstring injury by returning to training on grass.
The Tottenham striker, who required surgery for a blow sustained during the 1-0 defeat to Southampton on New Year’s Day, was pictured doing some work with the ball for the first time in more than two months.
It comes as a huge boost to Spurs after initial fears that Kane could miss the rest of the season.
In fact, it appears more likely that the 26-year-old will return to action in April, allaying any fears that he will miss England’s Euro 2020 campaign, which starts against Croatia at Wembley on June 14.
The Three Lions skipper recently told the Evening Standard: “In my head, I am definitely at the Euros.
“Unless something pretty drastic happens between now and then, I’ll be there.
“I’m still not back training with the first team, but I’m working hard in the gym, I’m getting stronger all the time.
“We’re talking a few more weeks, and I’ll be playing again.
“I don’t want to make a prediction for which game I might be back, but I am hoping somewhere between the start and the middle of April.”