Haye severely restricted after surgery on shoulder.
Former world heavyweight champion David Haye has conceded that he is unsure over whether or not he will be able to make a successful return to the ring.
The 33-year-old underwent shoulder surgery last year after being forced to scrap two fights with British rival Tyson Fury.
Haye last boxed in July 2012 with his knockout win over Dereck Chisora, but while he is keen to fight again it remains to be seen whether or not his injury allows him to.
Speaking on The Sports Bar for talkSPORT, the heavyweight star conceded that he is a long way off making a comeback and admits that this latest setback may be a sign telling him that enough is enough.
“I’d love to [fight again] but maybe my body is telling me to call it a day. I don’t know.
“You have got to listen to your body and when your bicep detaches from your shoulder and your arm sort of rolls down, your body is telling you it’s enough.
“I can just about do eight press-ups. I’m months and months and months away from even punching a bag, let alone a person.”
With Chisora and Fury scheduled for a rematch later this summer, Haye’s frustration will likely continue as it looks as though he will face a long journey to get back into the fold before taking part in another world title fight.
While he has previously insisted that the desire to return is still there, it remains to be seen whether or not he is physically capable of doing so and if he is forced to work his way back up through the rankings in order to earn a title shot, it may not be as appealing to put his body through it.