The 31-year-old limped off during the win over Lions XII on July 6.
Kelantan have been handed a huge boost by the return of captain Mohd Badhri Radzi as they prepare to defend the Malaysia Cup.
It was feared the 31-year-old playmaker would be forced to miss the tournament after hobbling off during the 2-0 win over Lions XII on July with a hamstring injury, although the damage wasn’t as bad as first first feared.
He also had to pull out of the national team’s tour of Japan and friendlies against English Premier League giants Chelsea and La Liga champions Barcelona.
Red Warriors coach Bojan Hodak will now buoyed by the news that his captain and the man that played a pivotal role in last season’s historic treble – consisting of the FA Cup, Super League and Malaysia Cup – will be available for selection.
Team manager Azman Ibrahim confirmed Badhri had returned to training and was showing signs that he was close to regaining full fitness.
“Badhri played for 20 minutes in the friendly against T-Team recently. It’s good to have him back in the team. We’ll monitor his progress and hope he’ll be fit for the Malaysia Cup competition,” Azman informed The Star.
Kelantan are expected to field a strong team when they face the Armed Forces in a friendly on Wednesday evening.