Since Michail Antonio sustained an injury during the November international break, West Ham has been without him.
A hopeful seven-word statement of recovery is posted by a sidelined West Ham player.
According to early indications, Antonio might be sidelined for more than three months due to the injury.
But when the forward started working out again earlier this month, the Hammers had excellent news.
Unfortunately, Antonio’s start to the new year was marred by a setback just over a week ago when he stumbled during practice.
According to reports, the Jamaican player would not be available for another six weeks.
After Lucas Paqueta and Jarrod Bowen suffered injuries, and with Mohammed Kudus absent at the AFCON until next month, it was the last thing David Moyes wanted.
However, Sunday brought some positive news that was much needed.
because Antonio, a West Ham player who is injured, wrote a motivational seven-word return message on social media.
Along with Hammers, perseverance, and hourglass emojis, Antonio claimed on X that he was “smashing through the setback.”
He said, “Visualising the comeback,” and included a COYI hashtag.
Antonio’s upbeat message is the most recent in a run of better news about West Ham’s players this week.
Regarding Bowen’s injury, an astonishing revelation has been made by a Hammers source.
There was further positive news for West Ham when Paqueta tweeted a video in training on social media.
Additionally, Kudus might return far sooner than many anticipated because it is quite improbable that Ghana will advance far in the AFCON.
Furthermore, Konstantinos Mavropanos, who was hurt in the previous game against Bristol City, has already returned to training.
The large Greek defender should be ready to play against the Championship team in the FA Cup third round rematch.
It’s a long way from the darkness that had enveloped the club only a week before.