Wycombe forward Stuart Beavon could be fit in time for the opening month of the 2010/11 npower League Two season as he continues his recovery from a broken leg.
Beavon cracked his left fibula two months ago but, after seeing a specialist, he can now start doing some light jogging to build up his fitness.
Manager Gary Waddock told the club's official website: "Stuart Beavon saw a specialist this week and he's been cleared to do some light jogging.
"He's well on schedule to make a complete recovery from his broken leg and I expect him to be available for selection for the opening month of the season."
Elsewhere, Waddock will enter the market for a defender following the recent news that Adam Hinshelwood was forced to retire from football due to a serious knee injury.
Waddock added: "It's terrible news about Hinsh and I wish him well. It leaves us short in that position and we'll be signing another central defender before the start of the season."