Fulham midfielder Claus Jensen is delighted to have returned from his injury troubles at new club Fulham, and is looking to make his mark against his previous employers Bolton.

Jensen joined Chris Coleman’s side in the summer after a £1.25 million move from London neighbours Charlton Athletic.

However his progress at Craven Cottage was hampered by calf and back problems, and only now is Jensen close to securing a first team berth.

The Danish international announced his arrival back to fitness with an extra time goal against Derby in the FA Cup, and he is seeking to continue his rehabilitation in Saturday’s fifth round clash with old club Bolton.

“It’s frustrating when you’re out injured, and it’s doubly frustrating when you’ve only just arrived somewhere,” said Jensen. “I’ve had a lot of frustration inside me, but fortunately you can forget that pretty quickly once you get back.

“But I’m back now and I can’t wait for Bolton, I’m looking forward to going back.”

The midfielder has proved a competent Premiership performer over the years, and will be a welcome addition to Coleman’s squad in the search for cup glory.