England International striker Danny Welbeck has given update about his injury problem. He said he has worked hard to make a return to action after an encouraging debut season in north London scoring the winner in the FA Cup quarter final.
He told the Arsenal Player that, “It’s slow and steady but it’s coming along. It’s difficult to see the lads when you’re still in the gym, doing double days, but once I get back out on the pitch and start running I will be much happier. It’s a difficult period for me but I’m looking forward to coming back strong. I want to get back out on the pitch, keep on improving, keep training and keep fit – that’s the main thing. I just want to get back to playing football.
“I’m trying to build to muscle and it’s hard, but it’s something that I’ve grasped with two hands and I’m really looking forward to my return. I’ve been impressed,” he said. “I trained with them every single day when I was fit and you obviously appreciate every single player in their own ways. But when you watch the game from afar, and you know how difficult it is, some of the passes and vision, the play and goals, is really impressive.”
Arsenal FC fans must be immensely glad with this injury news as the team is sorely in need of strikers at the moment and just Oliver Giroud is left as Arsenal striker and he is no longer so trusted to deliver goals for the team.
The Gunners have a record of creating 130 chances in the English Premier League this season and have converted just a few of them which means the return of a striker at this point will be a real boost for the team.
Chamberlain, Ramsey and Theo Walcott who have also been out with one injury to the other are set to be back in action this weekend.