West Ham United ace Nayef Aguerd has taken to his official Instagram account to post a picture of him back training in the gym.

That really is great news for David Moyes, the Hammers players, the fans, and of course Aguerd himself.

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The Moroccan joined West Ham from Rennes in the summer for around £30 million (Fabrizio Romano).

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Unfortunately for him though, he seriously injured his ankle during pre-season and subsequently underwent surgery on said ankle.

It seems as though the ex-Rennes ace is closing in on a return to fitness though…

West Ham ace Nayef Aguerd posts Instagram message

The centre-back is clearly working hard to get back to his best physically.

He posted a picture to his Instagram account this afternoon, highlighting the recent progress that he has made:

We absolutely cannot wait to see Aguerd back in action for West Ham.

The Morocco international’s ball-playing ability and pace will be crucial for the Hammers as we try to make genuine progress to the next level and continue our evolution into more of a possession based team.

He looked great during the two pre-season games that he played, before suffering what was a really unfortunate ankle injury.

Nayef Aguerd of West Ham United
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When the 26-year-old centre-back is available for selection again, David Moyes will have a plethora of top-class options to choose from in the central defensive department.

The main question for Moyes is, how on earth does Aguerd get back in the team with the fine form of Thilo Kehrer and Kurt Zouma?

That’s a nice problem to have though isn’t it.

We’re hoping that Aguerd makes his comeback for West Ham before the break for the World Cup.

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