Frustration a thing of the past for Harry Forrester.
Harry Forrester has declared that “it’s back to business” for him and his Doncaster Rovers teammates who have begun pre-season training this week.
“It’s been alright so far, we’ve done a bit of testing and gym stuff to test our fitness, but now, after a long summer, it’s back to business,” said the 23 year old midfielder.
“It is tough, there’s no hiding that, its seven weeks of getting your body right for a tough season ahead and there’s no cutting corners or hiding from the fact that it tends to be hard graft. It’s about getting your body stronger in the gym and the little things in place.”
Forrester, who arrived at the Keepmoat Stadium a year ago from Brentford, saw opportunities limited last term due to a series of injury setbacks which he hopes are a thing of the past.
“I’ve got a tailored programme in place to look after my knee and what happened last season with the operation, but I’m just ready to kick on after what’s been a frustrating period and get ready for the start of the season.
“[The frustration] has gone already, I’ve let it go and I was keen to get back to training early doors as I was starting to get a bit bored.
“Because I missed so much football last year I can’t wait to play this year. I want to play a huge part and be on the teamsheet when I’m fit and it will be up to me to work hard to make sure I stay there,” he finished.
The full interview with Harry Forrester is available now on ROVERS PLAYER.