Crystal Palace striker Keshi Anderson provides an injury update on Twitter as he continues to recover from a broken leg.
Crystal Palace striker Keshi Anderson has used social media to provide fans with an update on his recovery from injury.
In November, Anderson suffered a broken leg during his loan spell with League One side Doncaster Rovers which left him struggling to return to action before the end of the season.
In two posts on Twitter, the 20-year-old did not reveal when he expected to be back on the training pitch, but he hoped to progress onto the final stages of his rehabilitation should his operation on Monday prove to be a success.
(1)Operation today to have my screws taken out and a posterior ankle scope! Insha'Allah everything goes well glad it's the final stages.— Keshi Anderson (@KeshMan_) February 22, 2016
(2)feeling positive, 2 weeks off my feet then back at my rehabilitation, strengthening and conditioning my leg!Not long now #roadtorecovery— Keshi Anderson (@KeshMan_) February 22, 2016
Anderson is yet to feature in the first team at Selhurst Park, but his form at the Keepmoat Stadium suggested that he was not too far away from knocking on Alan Pardew's door before he suffered the long-term injury against Rochdale.
He had made six starts and three substitute appearances in two months at Rovers, scoring his three goals against Swindon Town, Barnsley and Shrewsbury Town respectively.
Given Palace's struggles in front of goal this season, Anderson will hope to earn an opportunity under Pardew if he can get a pre-season under his belt before next season.