Troubled star Lindsay Lohan wants life back on track

London: Actress Lindsay Lohan, who recently came out of a rehab centre, says she is determined to get her life back on track and work her way towards success once again.

"I feel great. I feel happy. There`s always bumps we have in the road and as long as I`m focusing on the one thing I know I need to put first in my life, which is my recovery and stuff, then I`m doing good and that`s important to me," Lohan has been quoted as saying by a daily.

The 24-year-old actress was treated in the Betty Ford Centre from September to January after she was ordered back for treatment by a judge after failing a drugs test.

In her first TV interview since being relieved, Lohan displayed a pensive approach to her lifestyle. She had nothing to say when asked if she is hoping to work with anyone specific once she is back into the midst of her acting schedules.

"I think that`s something I will be able to say when I`ve taken the steps I need to take to prove that I can be insurable again. I think that will come in time that I will be in the position to say that because I don`t think I am right now.

"I don`t think it would be fair to say, `Oh, this is who I want to work with`, and expect that to happen. I have to build my way back up and I get that," she said.

Lohan entered a rehab after she was convicted in a 2007 drug case, and after she repeatedly failed to meet the terms of her probation.

The troubled actress says she is aware that she needs to work very hard to establish herself as a bankable star.

"I know there`s going to be a lot of steps I`ll have to go through to prove myself again and get the trust from people I respect to work with. But I`m willing to do what I have to do to get there. I miss being on set - I really do miss it," she said.


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