David Wright shed some light Friday on his rehab from neck surgery and the sharp pain in his right shoulder when he throws.

“I’ve got to finish the shoulder program that our team doctors have given me to complete,’’ Wright told The Post at First Data Field on St. Patrick’s Day as the Mets clubbed the Cardinals, 16-2. “Once that’s completed then we’ll try throwing again and hopefully it’s relatively pain free.’’

That will be in about two weeks. When the season starts, Wright will remain in Florida because he is so far behind.

And this isn’t just any pain.

“When I first started throwing I could tell it was just not right because I never had that sharp, shooting pain going into my shoulder like that,’’ Wright admitted. “There’s just no way of doing what I’m capable of doing at third base and being productive for this team with the pain.’’

Wright referred to this problem as a bump in the road. I asked him: Is this a bump in the road or the end of the road?

“I mean, I’m just doing what the doctors are telling me to get back on the field as soon as possible, that’s all,’’ Wright said, hoping for the best.

“I feel the shoulder kind of working a little better than it was when I first tried to start throwing, now it’s just a matter of finishing the program and hopefully starting a throwing program.

“But that’s assuming everything goes well, the shoulder program gets me to the point where I can throw without sharp pain.’’

There are no answers at this point.

“Every week our physical therapists talk to the doctors and they formulate a plan for the week and the therapist reports back to the doctors at the end of the week and they come up with something for the next week,’’ Wright said.