Nottingham Forest striker Dexter Blackstock scored on his return to action on Monday in a behind-closed-doors friendly against York City.
The 25-year-old has been out of action for a year after suffering cruciate ligament damage in November 2010.
Blackstock was a second-half substitute and netted the second in a 2-0 victory.
BBC Radio Nottingham's Reds correspondent Colin Fray said: "At this stage, he appears to have come through the workout unscathed."
Blackstock said via his twitter account: "It was great to be back playing and to get a goal was even better."
Forest's opening goal was scored by Paul Anderson, who played the first half, as he continued his comeback from a hamstring injury.
George Boateng and Garath McCleary, who have both had spells on the sidelines recently, were also second-half substitutes.