Norwich City midfielder Jacob Sorensen has provided an update on his recovery from a stress fracture to the foot.

Sorensen is in Tampa Bay with his team-mates as they take part in a warm weather training camp during the World Cup break from Championship action.

The Dane is training individually, however, as he attempts to step up his rehabilitation from the injury that's kept him out since August's 2-1 defeat to Hull City.

City head coach Dean Smith stated before the break that he expected Sorensen and fellow long-term absentees Andrew Omobamidele, Jonathan Rowe and Adam Idah back for the 10 December game against Swansea City.

Speaking to official club channels, however, Sorensen revealed that he was still "weeks away" from returning to match fitness. "I’m good, good few days," he said of the training camp.

"The weather’s good, so it’s nice to be here. I’m doing OK, I’m just on the aggressors and the running. It’s gradually progressing. Still a few weeks away from being fit, but I’m getting there slowly."

The Canaries went into the break on the back of a 2-1 defeat to Middlesbrough and a slip down to fifth in the Championship table. But Sorensen believes Smith's charges can still galvanise themselves and finish the season strongly.

"The last few games haven’t been great," he continued, "but I feel there’s much more in this group. Everyone is getting on with each other, and there’s a good mood in the team, so as soon as we get the small things right we’ll start winning games again."