Bournemouth striker Lyle Taylor has spoken of his anxiety during the wait for results of tests on his heart.
Taylor experienced breathing problems during the Cherries' win over Yeovil in the Johnstone's Paint Trophy earlier this month, and an initial scan showed the forward's left ventricle was not pumping as powerfully as it should have been.
The 21-year-old was then ordered to refrain from any aerobic exercise, including training, until further tests were carried out - leading to a nervous wait for the youngster. But he has since returned to full training with the first-team squad, and told the club's official website about the whole experience.
"A lot has gone on in my head, a lot of negative stuff," said Taylor. "People say: 'Stay positive, don't worry about it,' but it's impossible because it's my livelihood.
"As much as you try and think about something else there was always the fact that I didn't know what was going to happen.
"It's been a difficult time but that's football, it doesn't always go to plan. The experience will make me a stronger person and I can't wait to be playing again."