The 21-year-old suffered a leg break whilst on loan at Doncaster Rovers.
Crystal Palace are never afraid to take a look at the non-league system when it comes to improving their squad.
In February 2015 they decided to bring in the talented striker Keshi Anderson from Barton Rovers.
The 21-year-old, who failed to make the grade at Watford, was loaned out to Doncaster Rovers in September last year where he certainly impressed in the League One team.
He scored three times in nine games for the Yorkshire club and was enjoying his time at the Keepmoat Stadium.
But it came to a shuddering halt in November. He suffered a nasty leg break in November against Rochdale and has been out of action ever since.
But the talented forward appears to be on his way back.
He sent out a series of tweets this week to showcase his upcoming return to action for Palace:
(1)Had a great weeks training. Monday the Dr gave me the all clear to step up my rehabilitation again; have been jogging on the anti-gravity— Keshi Anderson (@KeshMan_) April 15, 2016
(2)machine all week, that being the first time in 6 months. Insha'Allah by next Thursday I'll be back running outside.— Keshi Anderson (@KeshMan_) April 15, 2016
(3)Yesterday I took another big step & finally struck a ball on my injured foot, which was a very happy moment for me after everything.— Keshi Anderson (@KeshMan_) April 15, 2016
(4)Time to push on with this and make sure I'm back fitter, stronger & better for pre season, Insha'Allah.— Keshi Anderson (@KeshMan_) April 15, 2016
Of course he is not likely to return to the fold and go straight into the Palace first-team. It is more likely that he will spend some time with the under-21s before hopefully heading back out on loan again next season and impressing, just as he did with Doncaster.
Palace still hold out high hopes for the talented striker and the plan will be that he can become a future first-teamer. Hopefully his leg-break will not prove too damaging to his promising career.