The Queens Park Rangers star is nearing a comeback from injury.
Sandro is feeling stronger every day in his bid to return from injury, according to the QPR midfielder's official Instagram account.
The Brazilian has been out for several months with a knee ligament problem but has now made a full comeback with the QPR Under-21s.
And, after playing 90 minutes for the Under-21 side, Sandro posted a message on Twitter to QPR fans that he is feeling stronger every day and can't wait to return for the first team.
"Great to play 90 minutes for the U21s today. Feeling stronger every day and can't wait to be back to help the team #dontstopbelieving.." he said.
Getting Sandro back will no doubt be a big boost for Chris Ramsey in terms of the options available to him for QPR's crucial Premier League run-in.
Whether the midfielder would improve the current starting XI is another issue, however. The R's shipped goals freely under Harry Redknapp and Karl Henry looked far more suited to helping out his back four than Sandro.
The Brazilian will also have to get up to speed with the Premier League quickly if he is to return to full fitness.
His return will be a positive, though, and so will Charlie Austin's...
The QPR striker has returned to first-team training after a recent injury and will look to get in among the goals at Hull City. The west London side's top scorer will no doubt be a huge presence for the R's during the relegation six-pointer.