The England youth worldwide, who managed solely 18 minutes of match motion for the Owls earlier than struggling an injured quad, was revealed by The Star again in January to be prone to miss the majority of the season.
And little has modified on that preliminary prognosis, it appears, with the 21-year-old understood to nonetheless be again at his guardian membership receiving therapy on the problem.
“Let’s give it one other couple of weeks after which take a look and see the place he’s at,” mentioned Owls boss Darren Moore.
“He is making good progress and he’ll begin to do some jogging subsequent week.
“Once he will get cell once more, that’s one other large step for him. Anything earlier than that might be an added bonus.
“We will give it one other couple of weeks earlier than we make a calculated determination on him. I nonetheless envisage it being in the direction of the top of the season.”