Barcham damaged his medial ligament during the 5-2 loss to Morecambe on October 17 in what he has described as the worst injury of his career.
The former Portsmouth midfielder initially feared he had broken his leg in the nasty incident and needed gas and air as he was carried off the field on a stretcher.
But he has returned to training this week and jokingly says his manager will be happy to get him off the sidelines after having to put up with his banter on the touchline for the past couple of months.
Barcham told Dons Player: “I think the manager has been a bit annoyed with me! As soon as I was allowed to run I was going back down to training and cheering on from the sidelines or having banter with the boys.
“The manager is probably relieved that I will be back involved now instead of ruining sessions! I cannot wait to get back out there. In terms of timescales for my return, I just have to wait and see what happens and take it training session by training session.
“It’s just a case now of going into training next week and seeing how the knee reacts. It is hard to put time limits on things like that because it can change from one week to the next, but I feel good and strong.
“I have done a mini pre-season so hopefully it will not take me too long to get up to speed. With having a number of weeks out, that is going to be a factor as well. It’s been difficult, but I am happy now that I can maybe play a part in games and training, rather than just watching.”
Wimbledon have just enjoyed a weekend off due to their early FA Cup exit but are now preparing for Saturday’s visit of Stevenage at Kingsmeadow.