Alfie Doughty has started sprinting with Stoke City's fitness team as he's hoping to be available for selection before the end of the season. The flying winger, aged 21, joined Stoke from Charlton in the January transfer window with an expectation that he would miss most of the rest of the campaign due to a severe hamstring injury. He has built a reputation as one of the quickest players in the EFL and he is a long-term signing so the focus is on making sure he's properly ready rather than rushing any recovery. Michael O'Neill said: "He's going well. We knew when we signed Alfie that we were signing him really for next season.
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