By Sami Mokbel for the Daily Mail
Published: 18:58 GMT, 8 January 2020 | Updated: 19:03 GMT, 8 January 2020
Hugo Lloris is set to hand Tottenham a key boost by returning to full training.
The Spurs captain has been missing since sustaining a serious elbow injury in the 3-0 loss to Brighton in October.
But the France international goalkeeper has returned to light training back at the club's Enfield HQ.
Hugo Lloris is set to hand Tottenham a key boost by returning to full training within 10 days
If all goes according to plan, Lloris is expected to resume full training within 10 days - news which will come as a huge boost to manager Jose Mourinho.
Lloris hopes to be in contention to return to first-team action by the end of January or start of February at the latest.
The 33-year-old has been working closely with the club's recently appointed goalkeeping coach Nuno Santos and has already started ball work and contact drills as he prepares to rejoin senior training.
Paulo Gazzaniga has deputised for Lloris in his absence but the World Cup winner's impending return will come as a