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“When the injury happens, you are very free to say ‘eight weeks, nine weeks’, but when it comes down to last week, you say ‘well, another one, another one’.
“We’re more cautious, yes, but he feels good. He’s feeling very good to be fair. Grady is now in that transition with rehab and training with the full squad.”
However, that transition has now been made and the club posted footage of Diangana in full training on Monday afternoon.
It remains to be seen whether he will be ready to return to the bench against Blues on Saturday, or whether he is held back for the midweek trip to Brentford – but the fact he is upright and training will be a welcome boost.
Diangana has provided five goals and five assists in his 21 league games for the club – including an equaliser when Albion were a goal down at Blues but came back to win 3-2.