Jack Trengove may miss the entire 2015 season after undergoing another bout of foot surgery.
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Melbourne Demons midfielder Jack Trengove has conceded he is unlikely to play in 2015 after undergoing another bout of foot surgery.
Upon a medical check with Richmond, it was discovered Trengove’s foot had not mended properly from his first bout of surgery back in April.
Despite coming across yet another setback, the 23-year-old told AFL.com.au said he is as motivated as ever to bounce back.
“I couldn’t be more motivated at the moment. I’ve never really had long-term injuries before, until this one this season,” Trengove said on Thursday.
“I’ve been pretty fortunate not to miss games and it hurts to not be out there and doing what you love doing.
“I feel as though I’m pretty young, and we may have to sacrifice another season potentially, but at the end of the day I just want to get back fit and healthy and hopefully playing in a couple of years time.”
Trengove was selected at pick no.2 in the 2009 national draft and has played 81 games for the Demons.