Wang had to delay his return to Taiwan for several weeks to rehabilitate the foot in the United States following the end of the baseball season.
Wang said the Yankees have arranged a special training program for him during his time in Taiwan to help strengthen his foot, with the program including cycling and weightlifting exercises, but no jogging.
He has been throwing three times a week, including one session last month where he threw fifty pitches and "felt really good".
The hurler said that the injury will not affect his pitching ability and he hoped to win 20 games next season and capture a Golden Glove Award.
Wang also said he hopes to be the Yankees' opening day starter in 2009.
(Story picked from Central News Agency)