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Ian Pearce is making good progress as he continues the comeback trail, says assistant physio Simon Webster.
"It is a patient process," he says, "and he is steadily coming on with his rehab regime."
There is no suggestion, despite one or two whispers, that his career is in any way threatened.
Just as with an inaccurate report in a Sunday newspaper about Steve Lomas' career being in the balance - which the player himself has emphatically denied - the rumours are wrong.
"Ian is back from Manchester where he has been at the hydropool," adds Simon, "but, at this stage, it is hard to say when he will return.
"He has a set routine at the moment, and when we see an improvement we will integrate him."
In the case of Steve Lomas, he explains:
"He still has to do his rehab but each day he is progressing and taking a step forward - though he is not at full pace yet."
As for the rest of the injuries, he says:
"David James is improving all the time, and Gary Charles, who has had a hamstring problem, is within a day of full training.
"I would like to think his injury problems will now be behind him, that he gets no further knocks, and there is no reaction.
"Omer Riza has also had a hamstring problem, but should be back in three weeks.
"Izzie Iriekpen, who has a knee problem, will see a specialist next week after his appointment was cancelled this week.
"Titi Camara is progressing well and hopefully in the next two or three weeks he will get a game - he needs more football.
"Joe Cole has now come out of his protective boot, and we need to see how he is day to day.
"There is no reason to suggest he won't be running soon."
Fredi Kanoute is still doing strengthening work at Chadwell Heath while strike partner Paolo Di Canio is currently training in Italy.