Wrexham boss Phil Parkinson says Kwame Thomas is nearing full fitness.
The talented striker netted nine goals in 29 games last season but could not complete the campaign as he torn the ligaments in his near.
He has been out for six months and his manager says he is recovering well for a return.
“Kwame’s been having a lot of treatment down at St George’s Park through pre-season and he’s making good progress,” Parkinson told BBC Sport Wales.
“We hope he’ll be on the grass by the end of this month doing some kind of jogging and slow running.
“He’s a big physical presence, he’s a good platform and we’re looking forward to welcoming him back.
“We’ll make sure that when he comes back he’ll be ready to go.” He added.
Wrexham are currently 7th on the league log with six points from four games.