Victor Moses Gives Update On His 6-Month-Old Injury
Former Nigeria international, Victor Moses has stated that he is expected to return to full training in the next two to three weeks.
Victor Moses who is currently contracted to the Russian club, Spartak Moscow has been sidelined since August 2022 due to an Achilles tendon injury.
The 32-year-old Nigerian winger who helped the country to win the 2013 Africa Cup of Nations sustained his current injury during Spartak Moscow’s 2-0 win against Ural.
Before he sustained the injury, Victor Moses scored two goals in the opening three matches this season for the Russian side. He has described the injury as the worst in his football career.
However, ahead of Spartak Moscow’s clash with city rivals, Lokomotiv Moscow in the Russian Cup first-leg tie later tonight (18:00), Victor Moses confirmed that he is getting better.
“When you have an Achilles injury like this, it normally takes time, six to seven months, to get yourself back into your normal rhythm”, the former Chelsea, Liverpool, and Inter Milan player said.
“I’m working so hard to get back into full fitness, started to do a little bit with the team now, but hopefully maybe in about two weeks or so, I should start a full session with the team.
“It’s just a matter of process, I just get to take it each day as it comes and the only way I can obviously overcome this is by working hard every day, and to try and make sure I can get as fit as possible to come back and join the team fully.”