Miguel Almiron's feeling "positive" again at Newcastle United – after a tearful end to first Premier League season.
Almiron suffered a season-ending hamstring injury in last weekend's 3-1 win over Southampton.
The midfielder left the pitch in tears after breaking down at St James's Park.
Almiron, signed from Atlanta United in January for a club-record fee which could cost the club up to £21million, has since seen a hamstring specialist in Spain.
The 25-year-old, outstanding in a number of games after joining from Major League Soccer, hopes to be fit for Paraguay's Copa America campaign this summer.
United manager Rafa Benitez said: "Miguel's fine.
"He went to see a specialist in Spain, started his treatment – and everything's going to plan. It's quite positive, and he's a good professional."
Meanwhile, Almiron, now back on Tyneside, today posted a photograph of himself on an exercise bike with the caption "one more day and we continue".