Keiren Westwood appears to have returned to first-team training at Sheffield Wednesday.
Westwood was exiled for much of the Garry Monk regime, but can be seen being put through his paces alongside his fellow Owls goalkeepers, Joe Wildsmith and Cameron Dawson, in a video published on Monday morning.
The two-time Wednesday player of the year – who continues to be held in high regard a large number of Owls fans – was left out of the club’s 25-man Championship squad, and it is unclear if he can still be added before the next registration period in January.
Today’s session was the squad’s first under Tony Pulis, after his appointment as Monk’s successor on Friday.
This is the second time that Westwood has been brought back from the cold after a change of manager at Hillsborough.
And the 36-year-old former Republic of Ireland international was handed a new two-year contract by Monk’s predecessor Steve Bruce in 2018.
His return comes amid uncertainty over the Owls’ goalkeeping position, with Dawson recently displaced by Wildsmith after an unconvincing start to the campaign.
And the latter has impressed, keeping clean sheets in two of his last three Championship outings.