PSV goalkeeper Przemyslaw Tyton has revealed he is making steady progress in his recovery from a head injury suffered against Ajax last month.
The 24-year-old keeper was knocked unconscious during the 2-2 draw after a collision with team-mate Timothy Derijck and was consequently treated in hospital for concussion.
Poland international Tyton has not featured for PSV since sustaining the injury but will resume training this week.
"I will return to the field on Tuesday," he told NUSport. "We are working on different exercises to do and most importantly I no longer get headaches. I want to do more every day.
"It's OK. I feel the same as before my injury and that's important."
Tyton does not yet know when he will be able to play for PSV, adding: "I'm concentrating on a return, but have not set a date."
The shot-stopper has watched the horror collision back since the game but has no plans to do so again.
"I won't watch anymore. I'm thinking only of my recovery," he added.
Tyton's injury reopened the debate of whether keepers in Holland should wear protective helmets to avoid similar problems, but the setback has not swayed the Pole towards the idea.
He said: "It's different for every individual, but for now I do not think about it."