Bradford midfielder Michael Flynn will undertake his own training regime as he bids to return to first-team action following illness.
The 31-year-old midfielder has missed the last six matches due to a nasty bout of gastroenteritis, which twice forced him into hospital and prevented him from eating regularly for over a month.
Flynn told the club's official website: "Thankfully, I've had no problems since coming out of hospital the second time. I have an idea in my head of when I want to be back [playing], but I know I have to take things as they come.
"It's now a case of me building up my strength and building my fitness levels back up and hopefully getting back out on that pitch sooner rather than later."
He added: "It's great to see some smiling faces and be back in the dressing room. It's almost like I haven't been away."