The Chelsea goalkeeper began the season on loan at Leeds United.
Several Leeds United fans have sent messages to Jamal Blackman after the Chelsea goalkeeper shared an update on his recovery.
Blackman began the season on loan at Leeds but saw his Elland Road spell cut short abruptly in November - just as he was set to replace Bailey Peacock-Farrell as Whites number one.
The towering shot-stopper suffered a broken leg playing for Leeds' Under-23s and was forced to return to Chelsea.
According to Blackman's Twitter, it has taken until now - four months since the incident - for him to fully stand up.
And he's received the following tweets of goodwill from those of a Leeds persuasion - some of whom would like to see him back with the Whites one day...
Best wishes with the recovery be back playing in no time MOT.— R.Cartwright (@rogercart57) 22 March 2019
Wishing you the best mate ALAW— flood (@onlymyoppinion) 22 March 2019
All the very Best Jamal you will be back before you know it pal MOT— howieLUFC (@howylad) 22 March 2019
Glad to see you back on your feet shame it didn’t work out for you at Leeds #MOT— charlie (@ChellisMusic) 22 March 2019
Good luck mate. Be nice to see you back at Elland Road— David James Cooper (@niceguyseeksu) 22 March 2019
Love to see you back at Leeds fella— JockoWessex ☭ (@JockoWessex) 22 March 2019
Leeds have since signed the former Real Madrid goalkeeper, Kiko Casilla, as competition for Peacock-Farrell on a long-term deal.
The Whites are currently third in the Championship standings - a point off the automatic positions - and could face Blackman's employers in next season's top flight.