Great Britain ace Tai Woffiden has declared himself fit ahead of next month's FIM Monster Energy Speedway World Cup.
The Scunthorpe-born racer has been cleared to return from a broken scaphoid in his hand and will practice at Sheffield this week before returning to action in Poland on Sunday.
He will then race in Wolverhampton's Elite League clash with Birmingham at Monmore Green on Monday, which will live on Sky Sports .
Lions boss Neil Middleditch, who is also sweating on Scott Nicholls recovering from a broken collarbone, will be delighted to have Woffinden back for FIM Monster Energy SWC Event Two on July 9 - after naming him in his starting line-up.
Team GB face Australia, Germany and the Czech Republic at King's Lynn and Woffinden, who also lines up in the British Championship semi-final at Sheffield on July 5, can't wait for his run of big meetings.
He said: "I want to get back on the bike and start racing again.
"I was heartbroken when I broke my scaphoid, and when the doctor told me it was healing again, I was so happy. I was excited."
Woffinden admits his scaphoid isn't 100 percent, but he is pleased to have been given the go-ahead to get back on a bike.
He said: "It's healing, it's not healed, but I am allowed to start riding again. The doctor said I could start riding; he didn't say racing. But I'm going to take riding as meaning racing."