Tlolane broke fingers on his right hand in the final game of last year, where they lost to Supersport United in Pretoria, with his Belgian coach eventually taking him off in the second-half after he had attempted to play through the pain.
Eymael, who's side were surprise packages as they finished the first-half of the season in the top five - the highest league position achieved in the club's history - says Tlolane is not training with the rest of the players and the club will receive a scan from doctors towards the end of the week.
"He's training now since the last three or for days but not yet with the team," Eymael tells KickOff.com.
"But he's training apart of the team and I think at the end of the week, I hope to get him for the next week in collective training. I'll also have to wait on the green light of the doctor."
The 25-year-old striker, who was prolific in 2014/15 season with 11 goals from 26 appearances, has so far scored three in 15 league matches this season.