West Ham United ace Arthur Masuaku is making tentative steps towards his return from knee surgery according to Claret and Hugh.
The 27-year-old is now undertaking light gym work as he closes in on a first-team return.
Having the Democratic Republic of Congo international back involved with the first-team will be a huge boost for the Hammers.
And some West Ham fans have reacted jubilantly on Twitter to C&H’s update on Arthur Masuaku…
The 27-year-old played a pivotal role for West Ham before he was forced to undergo knee surgery.
The Hammers star’s skill and trickery on the ball enabled us to get up the pitch when we were under the cosh.
And West Ham have really missed him during his absence.
David Moyes has been forced to revert to a back four with Masuaku out injured.
Whilst West Ham have picked up some good results with four at the back, we look nowhere near as solid as we did with a back five.
Let’s hope he’s back in action as soon as possible. If King Arthur does return to action before the end of this month and remains fit, West Ham have every chance of qualifying for Europe this season.