READING -- Scott Kingery doesn’t know what the next move will be, but the Phillies super utility player says he is back to feeling like his old self.

Kingery has been out since straining his right hamstring running to first base during an April 19 game in Colorado against the Rockies.

This week he returned to action and has appeared in four minor league rehab games.

Kingery played at shortstop on Tuesday for single-A Lakewood. He has played the last three games at double-A Reading.

On Thursday he played second base and then on Friday he played third base and center field.

Kingery then served as the designated hitter during Saturday’s 4-1 win over the Portland Sea Dogs. He was 0 for 3 with sacrifice fly on Saturday.

“I am 100 percent,” Kingery said after Saturday’s game. “I was looking to test (the hamstring) in every area of the game.”

He then outlined all the tests he passed.

“I went first to third one day, I stole a base, which was good,” he said. “When I was in Lakewood I made a few charging plays at short and also made one (Friday). I have been able to do everything, and I feel great.”

In the four rehab games he is 2 for 14 (.142) with a run scored, a stolen base and two RBIs. For the Phillies he is batting .405 (13 for 32) with four doubles, two home runs and six RBIs.