Jack Nowell: England & Exeter wing ‘pushed too hard’ during recovery

Jack Nowell: England & Exeter wing 'pushed too hard' during recovery

The 26-year-old has received 33 caps since making his debut in 2014.

England wing Jack Nowell has admitted he pushed himself too laborious throughout his restoration from a severe ankle harm, however hopes to be match for the beginning of the Rugby World Cup.

Nowell, 26, was injured within the Premiership last, and had surgical procedure at the beginning of June.

However he was compelled to fly house early from the coaching camp in Italy after a setback in his rehabilitation.

“It was a kick up the bottom for me,” Nowell informed BBC Radio 5 Dwell.

He added: “Perhaps at begin of my rehab I’ll have pushed it a bit an excessive amount of.

“That is in all probability right down to me being a bit grasping and me eager to get again as shortly as I can.

“I sat down with the physios and so they mentioned ‘that you must take care of this now’. Fortunately now I’m heading in the right direction.”

Nowell is unlikely to function in any of England’s warm-up video games in August, however has nonetheless been named within the World Cup squad of 31.

The versatile again loved an excellent Six Nations and is now focusing on being absolutely slot in time for England’s match opener towards Tonga in Sapporo on 22 September.

“I am getting there. It was a bit slower than I believed at the beginning however I’m fairly constructive about it now,” he added.

“I went again to the membership and noticed the surgeons and they’re very blissful.

“It is powerful watching the boys play and practice however hopefully I’m not too far-off now.”

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