Luke Goode revealed a positive update on his foot injury in a recent Twitter post. Goode plays guard for Illinois basketball and will be missing some time with a broken foot.

Goode saw a lot of playing time last season as a freshman. He appeared in 28 games for the Fighting Illini and averaged 2 points and 1.8 rebounds per game. Goode also made 37.2% of his three pointers.

Goode was delighted to let everyone know that the surgery for his injury was a success and that he can’t wait to watch his teammates go up against Quincy in an exhibition on Friday.

“Surgery was a success and I’m on my road to recovery,” said Goode. “Time to watch the guys get busy tonight.”

Brad Underwood led his team to the 2nd round of the NCAA Tournament last season. Expectations will be high once again after Underwood has added some talent via the transfer portal.

Fans can watch the game tip off at 8 p.m. ET on B1G+. Illinois basketball officially opens its season with a home game against Eastern Illinois on Nov. 7.