Harry Davis' knee clean-up a success
Harry Davis’ surgery on his knee has proved a success but the club will have to wait for the swelling to subside before we can fully access how long he will be out for.
On the positive side, the injury is nowhere as serious as his previous knee injury, which kept him out from March until early September.
Davis had a piece of loose fragment removed from under the knee cap and the full clean-up operation was deemed a success by the surgeons.
Steve Davis told the club’s official web-site: “Harry had his operation and he didn’t return home until after 10pm, so we will need the swelling to go down before we can really assess it.
“That will be a conversation needed between Rob (Sharp), H, the surgeon and myself and then we will assess the best way forward for his rehab and progress.
“It is difficult to put a timescale on things at the moment. I am sure we will know more next week one we have some conversations.
“The good news is that it is not as serious as previous and the surgeon has gone in had a look and flushed out what he needed. It was a tidying up operation and he had a small fragment removed from under his kneecap.
He added: “He has been desperately unlucky with it and it is puzzling why it has happened in the game when there has been no challenge or impact. He has come back and been fine in the games, so it is very unlucky. It is football though and he knows what he has to do to get back playing.”