The Brazilian international suffered an anterior cruciate ligament injury in the win against Burnley, just minutes after he scored the first game.
Wesley is back with his family in Brazil as he accelerates his rehabilitation, hoping to return better than ever.
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He admitted that he is still unable to do passing exercises, but is improving with each passing week.
“I do my physiotherapy every day, twice a day, so now I feel confident and I feel good,” he told VillaTV.
“I try to make a few passes, but sometimes I feel a little sore, but now, in the last two or three weeks, I feel good.”
Wesley added that he is in regular contact with booths at Villa Park, with the aim of resuming his B6 career as soon as possible.
“Twice a week, we have to speak with the doctor to tell him how it goes. I say it’s fine, but I need to focus now to come back early and well.
“I have to keep going, it’s not over for me, I have to keep doing my physiotherapy to come back and then keep doing what I have to do. “