World number five Kim Clijsters is aiming to return to action after two months out at the Gaz de France Stars in Belgium next week.
Clijsters was injured while playing at the Rogers Cup in August
The 23-year-old picked up a wrist injury in Montreal in August and was forced to pull out of the US Open.
She had another scare last week after falling over her dog while playing football but feels ready to return at the Hasselt event from 1 November.
"Despite tripping over my dog, I feel ready to have a go," she said.
However, the Belgian revealed that she is not preoccupied with qualifying for the end-of-season WTA Championships in Madrid.
"Whether or not I'll be in Madrid is not so much of a concern to me. I have said it before that it would be hard against the top players after a two-month injury," she said.
"That is not my focus right now."