Swindon star Charlie Austin is hoping to make a speedy return to action from his shoulder injury.
It was initially feared Austin faced a lengthy spell on the sidelines after dislocating his shoulder in the 1-0 win over Southampton earlier this month.
However, scans confirmed the player did not require surgery and that all that was required was some rest.
Austin, who was forced to miss last weekend's win over Walsall, is making good progress with his recovery and is targeting a return to action within the next couple of weeks.
"It was a massive relief to find out I did not need surgery on my shoulder," Austin told skysports.com.
"I hate not being able to play as I just want to be on the pitch helping the team.
"I have been putting the hours in with the physio every day and the shoulder is feeling good.
"I have begun light training and hopefully if all continues to go well I will be back in action within the next couple of weeks."