ExWHUemployee has claimed that the slight hamstring injury sustained by West Ham United defender Angelo Ogbonna isn’t too serious.

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The 32-year-old centre-back only recently returned to action for the Hammers, having been missing since early February with a hamstring injury.

Oggy was forced to sit out last night’s win over Burnley, however, after picking up a hamstring strain.

That is a huge worry for all West Ham fans.

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ExWHUemployee shares encouraging Angelo Ogbonna update

The Italian has been an absolute rock for the Hammers this season.

We need him back for our final four games this season, that’s for sure. And it seems as though that may well happen.

Ex suggested that the 32-year-old’s hamstring strain ‘should not be too serious’.

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It would be a massive boost for West Ham if Ogbonna returned to the starting line-up for Sunday’s clash with Everton.

David Moyes’s men probably need to take a minimum of 10 points from their final four games in order to qualify for the Champions League.

Meanwhile, two or three wins should see us comfortably qualify for the Europa League.

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Hopefully Ogbonna returns to action next weekend for West Ham’s game against Everton. We definitely need him at the heart of our defence, leading and organising, that’s for sure.

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