Semesa Rokodoguni is making good progress in his rehabilitation and should be fit and be firing by the start of the Premiership campaign.
The winger scored 15 in all competitions for Bath last season plus two for England but injured his knee playing for the Army against the Navy at Twickenham in May.
“He’s returning to training, which is a good sign, so he’ll be back into it,” revealed Director of Rugby Todd Blackadder.
“We’ve still got a bit of a casualty list of players injured last season who aren’t back yet.”
The majority of the Bath squad have been given this week off, with those injured and the recently-returned England internationals continuing their rehab, strength and conditioning work at Farleigh House.