The Tamil Nadu batsman, who missed the 10th edition of the Indian Premier League, underwent a wrist surgery in London and has since been spending time recuperating and following the rehabilitation programme prescribed to him.
"I am in the process of recovering. Have a few more days to go. I want to be at my best fitness-wise," Vijay told PTI.
He is currently working in Chennai with Rajinikanth, a trainer at NCA, and hopes to start batting again in the coming days.
"I think I am in the right hands. He (Rajinikanth) is one of the best when it comes to rehab work. I am lucky to be working with him at the right time. The aim is to be a fitter cricketer," Vijay said.
The stylish right-hander is likely to spend some time at the NCA in Bengaluru where his recovery would be assessed.
"I have had an operation. I am hoping all will be well and I should be alright by then.
"I got the time to think about myself and my batting while concentrating on my fitness," he said about the injury enforced break.
"I am working on my fitness part. I can't rush my return as I have had a surgery. I will go by the doctors' advice."
Vijay, who has played 51 Tests so far, has also featured in 17 ODIs and nine T20 Internationals, is keen to be part of all the three formats.
"I know I have the game to play and do well in all three formats. For that fitness is an important aspect and I am working towards that," he said.
Despite being away from the game, he has been keeping tab on Indian team's performances in the ongoing Champions Trophy in England and had followed the IPL too.
On the Virat Kohli-led team's performance in the tournament, he said, "Great to watch the way we are playing. It is our time to dominate."
T Due to the injury, Vijay said he got the opportunity to spend quality time with his family, which is a luxury for a modern day cricketer given the hectic match schedule and travelling.
"I am happy to have got the chance to be with my family, the children, especially. It was great to be at home more."
He also got to watch an EPL game between Manchester United and Everton at Old Trafford when in the UK for the surgery with fellow opener K L Rahul and Indian team physio Patrick Farhart.
It was a fantastic experience to watch a game at the stadium, he said adding "I like to watch the big stars like (Cristiano) Ronaldo, Zlatan Ibrahimovic play.
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