Schumacher is 'communicating by fluttering eye-lashes'
Retired race-car driver, Michael Schumacher, is making good progress after suffering life-threatening injuries from a horrific skiing accident in the French Alps, Mirror Online reported.
The seven-time German Formula One champion, who has been paralysed since the incident in December last year, is now "communicating with his wife and two kids - Gina-Maria, 17, and son Mick, 15 - by fluttering his eye-lashes," the UK publication claimed.
According to The Daily Star, the 45-year-old sports legend is still recovering in a Swiss rehab clinic but is reportedly due to "return to his nearby mansion by the end of the month".
His doting wife, Corinna Betsch, has transformed their home into a medical centre for her recovering hubby, complete with state of the art machines and a separate building for carers to live in, said Mail Online.
The good news doesn't stop there.
Croatian media have also reported that doctors, Darko Chudy and Vedran Deletis, who were behind developing a revolutionary microchip implanting technique, are planning to use it to help him.
The microchip implanting, if successful, will allegedly help him to walk and talk again after his extended period in a coma.
In a meantime, fans continuously show their support and spare thoughts for the man who is regarded as one of the greatest F1 drivers of all time.
Sources: Mail Online, Daily Star, Mirror Online and Twitter.