Tyreece John-Jules is back with Doncaster Rovers after his injury, having previously returned to London Colney for his rehabilitation.

Tyreece John-Jules scores for Doncaster Rovers (Photo via Doncaster Rovers FC on Twitter)

In the early weeks of the season, Tyreece John-Jules earned positive reviews with Doncaster Rovers. Adam of Doncaster fansite Into The Empty Net has been providing detailed reports on the player’s progress, and it’s pretty much all good so far.

Unfortunately, John-Jules then picked up an injury on international duty with the England u20s. The problem was serious enough to rule him out for over a month now, and he returned to Arsenal and London Colney to work on his rehabilitation.

The good news is that the 19-year-old is now back in Doncaster for the final stages of his recovery. He’s not quite fully ready for match action just yet, missing out on the squad again this weekend, but it won’t be long now.

The striker has one goal and one assist in his four League One appearances this season, but he’ll want to remain fit for the remainder of the campaign. The injuries with Lincoln City and now Doncaster Rovers are really holding him back.