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Wednesday, 7 November, 2001, 17:34 GMT
Harris nears return
Neil Harris has returned to full-time training.

The prolific striker was diagnosed as suffering from testicular cancer back in June.

After undergoing treatment he made a swift return and came on as a second half substitute against Barnsley on 18 September.

But Harris struggled with the intensity of the training regime and on medical advice he was ordered to take a couple of weeks off.

"My training has calmed down a great deal since the Wimbledon game because I was struggling afterwards," Harris told the club's website.

"It was a question of overdoing it really, although as a professional sportsman, I was just desperate to get back in action as soon as possible.

"Hopefully now I'm back in full training I'll be able to continue my progress and compete in a reserve game soon."

Last season Harris scored 28 goals to help the south London side win the English second division title.

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