Walsall boss Martin O’Connor has today confirmed that club captain Adam Chambers has restarted training with the club this week.
Adam Chambers who has played over three hundred games for the Saddlers has been missing from the squad since the thirty-seven-year-old broke his fourth metatarsal during the opening day victory over Plymouth Argyle.
It later emerged that Chambers would require surgery and successfully went under the knife.
Having not played a single minute for the past nine months it would be crazy for us to even comprehend him playing in our remaining games.
You would hope that Chambers will form some part of the new managers backroom staff when he arrives this summer.
O’Connor has also confirmed that the club are still monitoring the ankle injury which has left former England winger Matt Jarvis out the squad for a few months.
Apart from Chambers, Jarvis and long term absentee Kory Roberts, the Saddlers have a full strength side for Friday’s do or die game against Southend United.