James Vaughan is back training with Huddersfield Town’s full first-team squad.
The 25-year-old has been working with the physio team since the club’s return for pre-season training at PPG Canalside.
But manager Mark Robins was ready to welcome him back to the fold today following rehab – including a treatment trip to the United States – to get him back from the knee surgery needed in early April to remove a cyst.
It means Vaughan and record £1.3m signing Nahki Wells being united on the training ground for the first time under Robins’ new coaching staff of assistant manager Steve Thompson and first-team coach Steve Eyre.
Wells, meanwhile, is still a big topic of conversation in his native Bermuda, where the Bermuda Sun are featuring one of their favourite sporting sons.
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