Bernard Brogan is back training with Dublin, less than six months after suffering a knee ligament injury.

The 34-year-old was rocked by an anterior cruciate injury in training back in February, with fears he wouldn’t return for the rest of the Championship.

But in a video posted on Dublin GAA's official YouTube account tonight, he was pictured training and looks set for a return later in the year.

"It's great to see Bernard Brogan back on the pitch again with us, and that's really positive for the team and for Bernard," manager Jim Gavin said.

"He's doing trojan work behind the scenes, and hopefully we'll still be in the competition when he returns.

"Stephen Cluxton picked up a heavy bang but he's on the road to recovery, that's the first thing to say, he's in great spirits and determined to play his part.

"We'll just assess it with the medical team, and Stephen and medics will come up with what's right for him and right for the team over the coming days."

The Brogan news is a boost for the Dubs ahead of their Leinster SFC final on Sunday against Laois in Croke Park.