Tottenham boss Mauricio Pochettino is confident Harry Kane will play again this season, though refused to put a timescale on his return.
Kane suffered lateral ligament damage in his right ankle in the first-half of Spurs' 4-1 win at Bournemouth in the Premier League on Sunday.
Spurs said on Wednesday that he would return to training in April, although did not state the number of weeks they expect the striker to sit out.
The prognosis was described as "preliminary" but Pochettino expects to have Kane available for Spurs' Premier League run-in.
"Yes, of course," the Argentine said on prospects of a return before the end of the campaign.
"We want to help him recover as soon as possible from his injury, that's the first step, to be fully recovered from the injury.
"Then we will see, it's two or three weeks, we don't know. We need to assess every day."
Kane expressed his disappointment about the injury on Twitter on Wednesday and insisted he will do everything to be back for Spurs as soon as possible.
Disappointing to be out until next month but injuries are part of the game. Will do everything I can to get back out there asap. pic.twitter.com/sznSx6C5Kl — Harry Kane (@HKane) March 14, 2018