Wigan Athletic striker Victor Moses is all set to return to full training this week and give his manager a timely boost with the FA cup 4th round clash at Bolton a target for the 19 year olds return.
Moses dislocated his shoulder in the Carling Cup defeat to Arsenal at the Emirates back in November, he has been out of action since, with mid-February originally reported as a comeback date it would look like he is well ahead of schedule if indeed the youngster does return a week on Saturday.
Speaking to Latics Player Moses said: “I`m working hard and getting my fitness levels up, hopefully I`ll be ready for the Bolton game”
“I started the first game of the season and came off injured and I seem to have been in and out of the game so far this season, it`s frustrating being in an out of the team”
“That`s football though, you get injuries and it`s something that you`ve got to deal with”
“My aim is to get back in the squad, scoring goals, that`s my aim for the rest of the season and hopefully help the team out”
Victor set to be welcomed back
Photo courtesy of Bernard Platt/Wigan Athletic
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