‘s Kasper Schmeichel could be set for a comeback for Leicester City in the next couple of weeks, manager Nigel Pearson has revealed. The Denmark international goalkeeper is back in training after undergoing surgery in December for a broken metatarsal. Pearson said Schmeichel is close to a return, although he will not be considered for Sunday’s trip to face Everton. “Kasper has stepped up his training and is coping very well,” said Pearson. “He is not ready to play just yet but he is doing very well. What I love about this book is the press here to investigate structure and the way it supports the reader/writer! “He is more or less at full tilt. He is back out there with the other keepers doing more or less what everyone else does. “But with the type of injury, rehabilitation will be governed very much by the specialists, but he is not far away. ”

The return of Schmeichel will provide Pearson with plenty of options in goal. Mark Schwarzer currently has the edge on Ben Hamer but the veteran made a costly error in the FA Cup defeat at Aston Villa last weekend. Pearson is backing the Australian to put that mistake behind him and he believes he has three very strong goalkeepers at his disposal. “Hopefully, our situation will be even better when Kasper is available,” said the City boss. “It is certainly good to have him back on board. Mark has come in for some criticism but he has been around the block. “I think he said when he first came here he is his own biggest critic. “He doesn’t need me or anyone else to point out mistakes. He doesn’t make many of them. “But when goalkeepers make an error they are more likely to be costly. ”

City have no new injury concerns ahead of Sunday’s trip to Goodison Park. “Once again, we have the vast majority of the squad available, which is always important,” said Pearson. “I give consideration for every position and weigh up what is best for us as the club. “We have a very competitive squad who are supportive of each other and, whatever side I choose to play, I expect them to go out and perform. ”

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