Millwall attacker Tyler Burey’s recovery has been pushed back by a week, as per a report by London News Online. 

The youngster has been out since September with a hamstring injury.

Burey, 20, is on loan at Hartlepool United after joining them in the summer.

He scored three goals for the Pools earlier this season before injury struck. 

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Millwall boss, Gary Rowett, has provided this update on his situation:

“He was back having a bit of treatment with us and felt his hamstring a tiny bit towards the end of his rehab. It might delay his return to Hartlepool.

“We were hoping to get a week’s training and then maybe a week where he is involved with the 23s before sending his back into a mad period, knowing he is fully fit.

“We’ll see if this sets him back much. I don’t think it will be too bad. It will maybe set him back a week.”

Career to date

Burey started his career at AFC Wimbledon and rose up through their youth ranks before playing five times for their first-team.

Millwall then swooped to sign him in 2019 and he has since made 16 appearances for the Lions in all competitions over recent seasons.

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Hartlepool spell

Burey is due to return to Hartlepool once he is fit which will be a boost for the League Two side.

The Pools may well have a new manager by the time the attacker is back at Victoria Park.

They lost Dave Challinor to Stockport County a couple of weeks ago and are currently in the hunt for a replacement.