Arthur Masuaku has taken to Twitter after making his long awaited comeback for West Ham United last night.
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The 27-year-old has suffered badly with a knee problem since undergoing surgery in December last year.
Up until last night, Masuaku had played just 157 minutes for the senior team over the past nine months.
David Moyes brought the Congolese ace on for the last 10 minutes last night.
It was great to see Arthur back in action and getting some much-needed minutes.
It could be argued that he is in line to start against Manchester United at the London Stadium on Sunday.
Arthur Masuaku posts tweet after West Ham comeback
If the 27-year-old can maintain his fitness, he will be a very useful player for us this season.
The former Olympiacos ace offers something down the left flank that we do not otherwise possess what with his tight ball control and incredible dribbling ability.
Masuaku took to Twitter today after making his long awaited return to the senior side last night:
Let’s hope that Masuaku’s knee problems are a thing of the past. When the 27-year-old is firing on all cylinders, he really is unplayable.
Whether Sunday’s clash with Man United will come too soon for him remains to be seen.
It’s great that David Moyes has the option of playing him once again though, whatever happens this weekend.