WING Bryce Heem and centre Ben Te’o are set to fly to Spain with the rest of Worcester Warriors’ squad as they continue their rehabilitation.

The duo have both undergone surgical procedures to repair issues with a quad muscle.

But director of rugby Alan Solomons is “optimistic” Heem and Te’o will be fit for the start of Warriors' Premiership campaign.

He also said they would travel to Valencia for next week’s training camp.

“Bryce had a procedure on his quad last Monday but he will be coming to Spain and Benni will be coming too,” Solomons said.

“(The medics) thought (the procedure) went really well.

“It was better to have done it now as a precaution and we took the conservative route.

“We saw the specialist and he felt it would be prudent to do it now before the start of the season.”

Heem, 29, scored four tries in 19 appearances for Warriors last season and is expected to be a key figure for Solomons’ side next term.

Te’o was forced to miss England’s tour to South Africa last month due to a leg injury.

But Solomons confirmed the 31-year-old who made 12 outings for Worcester in the 2017-18 campaign underwent a “successful” operation on his quad.

“I am optimistic that Bryce will be available for the first game,” Solomons added.

“Ben is looking good.

“It is going to take a little while but I am also optimistic that he – all things being equal which they are – will be ready by the beginning of the season.”