Leon Haslam says he is carrying a troublesome shoulder injury to the seventh World Superbike round of the season at Misano, but insists it won't affect his riding.
The British rider went for a scan on the shoulder after suffering with it in Malaysia, with doctors revealing he has aggravated a former injury following an accident at Imola.
Despite this, the PATA Honda rider is certain it won't affect his riding at Misano as he looks to give his flagging season a significant boost.
“I like Misano and I've been on the podium there a couple of times so I know I can go well there. The track should suit the CBR much better than Sepang and although there are still a few issues that need sorting I think we can be positive going into the race weekend.
“My shoulder was quite sore after the two races in Malaysia so I went for a scan when I got home. It's an old injury that I aggravated when I crashed at Imola and, while it doesn't affect my riding, it will need a bit of managing over the next few races.”