Adam Roynon says he is fit and raring to go for Sheffield after three days of track time this week.
Roynon, along with the rest of the Tigers side, were in action at the club’s press and practice session last night.
And he appeared in Birmingham’s opening meeting of the season in midweek when he notched three-points in the Selco Classic.
Roynon is regarded as British Speedway’s unluckiest man after a catalogue of injuries – but now he can’t wait for the new season to start.
He said: “I didn’t go into my first meeting at Birmingham with any expectations really, but I came out with a lot of positives which is always nice.
“I felt really good on the bike – I probably felt as good as I ever have really. It obviously pays to be a secret trainer because I’ve been working hard over the winter to get in the best condition possible and I could definitely feel the benefits out on track.
“There is obviously room for improvement but it was a solid way to start the season and I’ve got something to build on now in the next few weeks.
“I’m just looking to the next one now and hopefully getting some confidence going early in the season.”
Meanwhile, the club have confirmed legendary Californian Sam Ermolenko will appear in their Air Fence Fund Bonanza meeting on Thursday, March 27.