Vick has missed last two games with hamstring strain.
Philadelphia Eagles quarterback Michael Vick is expected to return from injury for the clash with the New York Giants on Sunday.
Vick has missed the last two games after pulling up with a hamstring strain, but while he was involved in practice reps on Tuesday and is expected to start, he stopped short of guaranteeing he would be ready.
“I wish I could give you a definite answer,” Vick said after practice according to ESPN. “But I can’t right now.”
“I’m excited by the opportunity if I can go,” he added. “I can set my mind to play if I want to play.”
“If I’m out there, I’m giving it everything I’ve got”.
Vick suffered the injury during the 36-21 win over the Giants on October 6, with back-up quarterback Nick Foles stepping in to seal the win while he has also gone on to start the two games since.
However, he also has an injury concern after suffering from a concussion during the loss to the Dallas Cowboys on Sunday, although coach Chip Kelly has insisted that his status will not effect his choice on whether or not to rush Vick back in.
The 33-year-old may be keen to return sooner than later though as reports have emerged that he may be in danger of losing out on part of a financial bonus of around $1.5m.
Vick has to participate in a certain amount of plays this season in order to secure the entire incentive, but as he continues to miss game time then that figure falls.
However, while rookie Matt Barkley is likely to be involved if Foles can’t feature, Vick will be determined to get himself in the best shape possible in order to make his comeback.