Long term injury victim, Mark Molesley is hoping to follow in the footsteps of Shaun Cooper on the comeback trail. Mark Molesley has hardly kicked a ball in anger since the turn of the year having been hampered with a foot injury which has seen the midfielder under go an operation back in April, but is now on the slow road to recovery. Molesley is quoted in the Bournemouth Evening Echo as saying: "I’ve got to line everything up and make sure everything’s strong enough ready for when I can start running – that the foot is as strong as it can be and all the other areas because I haven’t played for about 10 months now. If I carry on the way I’m going then I might be able to start running out on the field within, hopefully, about a couple of weeks. But I haven’t run properly for a long time so it’s going to take quite a while to get me up to speed. I think you just have to look at Coops. He took a little bit longer to come back but look how he has come back – he’s come back better than ever. He had quite an uncommon injury as well and he went through a lot of ups and downs with it, but he stuck with it, took maybe a little bit longer than they first anticipated, but look how he’s come back, he’s come back better than ever. I’ve pushed it before and it hasn’t worked so we’ve just got to make sure we take our time".