Vincent-Young to begin rehab in new year
Kane Vincent-Young is eager to get back in action and play his part in Town’s promotion push but says patience is key.
The defender is expected to be sidelined for three months after having an operation for an adductor tendon injury at the end of November.
Kane also had surgery for a groin repair for a sportsman’s hernia three weeks prior to the second operation, although the two are separate problems.
“It did come as a shock when we found another injury,” the August signing from Colchester told iFollow Ipswich.
“It wasn’t related to the first but they found something that needed sorting in a routine check and it’s best to get it done, even though it’s obviously frustrating to be out for so long.
“It’s important that I do the rehab right and don’t rush it. I’m hoping to start in the gym at the turn of the year and pick it up from there.
“The medical team have said three months or so and I’ve been looked after really well but I’ve been told I have to be patient so I’ll be back whenever the experts say I’m ready.
“Hopefully that will be March time and I can get back on the pitch and help the team in any way I can.”
See the full interview with Kane on iFollow Ipswich.