Some very positive news to bring you today: Aaron Lennon has returned to pre-season training at Everton.
Two months ago, it was reported by the Daily Mail that Lennon had been detained by Manchester Police under the Mental Health Act. Officers were called to a location in Salford, Greater Manchester on Sunday, following concerns over the 30-year-old's state of mind.
The officers then negotiated with Lennon for 20 minutes before detaining him for safety reasons.
It's understood Lennon was found at the side of a busy road close to the M602 motorway in Manchester, and officers deemed him to be in a "precarious" situation.
Everton released a statement at the time, confirming that Lennon was receiving treatment for a "stress-related illness".
Today, Everton confirmed that Lennon has returned to training, and have released this photo of a smiling Lennon being put through his paces by the Everton coaching team.
Also training with Lennon today was Seamus Coleman, as the Irish international continues his rehabilitation from the broken leg he suffered in a World Cup qualifier against Wales last March.
If you've been affected by the above story, you can contact Mental Health Ireland on (01) 284 1166.