England striker Fran Kirby has said she needs to train in a “safe way” to ensure she remains in good shape more than two months before Euro 2022.
Kirby hasn’t played for Chelsea or England since February are tired I excluded it “for the foreseeable future”.
However, she was an unused substitute in the FA Cup Final earlier this month.
“I feel good and I hope to be there and train,” said the 28-year-old.
Kirby Added: “I have to make an effort but also do the right things to make sure things don’t happen again. I know I have to perform in order to get back into the team, but also in a safe way.
“Now I know my body and what I can do. I said it [England head coach] Sarina [Wiegman] And the technical staff with whom I will be honest and I will know that I am wrong.”
Kirby has been chosen to be part of one The temporary team consists of 28 players who met in St. George’s Park on Monday to begin preparations.
Weigman will determine his final 23-man squad for the 2022 European Championship in mid-June before England play the first of three warm-up matches against Belgium at Wolverhampton on June 16.
The Lionesses then meet the Netherlands in Leeds on June 24 and set up a training camp in Basel before facing Switzerland in Zurich on June 30.
Their first match at Euro 2022 will take place at Old Trafford on 6 July against Austria.
“It’s been an interesting two months for me, but I’m excited to be here and be a part of it,” Kirby added.
“It was really hard. I had previous experiences with diseases so it was hard to bear. At the time I wasn’t really interested in football or training, but I think I handled it really well.
“You lose a lot of things you normally do. I couldn’t even walk the dog for five minutes, so it was good to do it again. I hope I can keep the pressure going now.”