Fulham boss provides Simon Davies injury update

12:06 05 January 2013

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Fulham's Simon Davies. Picture: EMPICS

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Fulham manager Martin Jol is hopeful that Simon Davies will be able to return for the Whites in February.

The Welshman has been absent throughout the campaign with a knee injury but he has now returned to training.

“Simon is almost a project,” said Jol. “We’re tying to get him fit. We had a little Under-21s friendly on Friday which he wanted to play 45 minutes in but I told him it was better if he started next week.

“He’s training now and we are monitoring him very closely. He feels a bit better. He’s a very experienced person and he knows his body. Hopefully he will be back in three or four weeks.”

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