Tyrone's Mattie Donnolly has recovered from the injury which could have threatened his career.
The Trillick man has told the BBC he is ready and "would be available for selection now".
Donnolly needed surgery to reconstruct his hamstring after the tendon holding the hamstring to the bone detached.
He was under professor Fares Haddad at the Princess Grace Hospital in London, he had also worked with the likes of Harry Kane and Andy Murray.
The injury happened during Trillick's push in last seasons Ulster Club Championship.
Tyrone Manager Mickey Harte had hoped Donnolly would be available for their provincial championship clash with Donegal which was due to be played on the 17th of this month.