The Tottenham Hotspur ace is gradually working his way back from a long-term injury.
Spurs ace Danny Rose explained that he needs another month before he returns to full fitness, when speaking exclusively to ESPN, having only recently returned after a prolonged period on the sidelines.
The 27-year-old is no longer considered to be Tottenham's first choice left-back, with Ben Davies surpassing him in the pecking order at the club.
Rose has also been heavily linked with a move away from north London, with the likes of Manchester United and Manchester City thought to both be keen on signing him, according to the Guardian.
The England international is still very much a Spurs player, however, and still has just under four years remaining on his current deal with the club.
Rose sat down for an interview with ESPN, sharing his desire to help his club go one step further and win a major trophy this season, although he did warn the fans not to expect the best out of him for at least another month:
"I am still not 100 percent yet. I have only had a couple of weeks of training so I probably still need another month of training and playing games. Hopefully, I can stay injury-free and Ben and I can contribute and help this club go one stage further this season."
Tottenham and Rose now face a two-week lay-off due to the international break, and the 27-year-old will be hoping that he has retuned to his physical peak by the time his side's trip to Arsenal on November 18th comes around.