West Ham United midfielder Pedro Obiang is set to step up his recovery process as he aims to be fit in time for the clubs pre-season fixtures.
Following an ankle injury in March, Obiang had to undergo surgery and subsequently missed the remainder of the season.
The Spanish international Obiang has now revealed that he will be returning to West Ham’s Rush Green training complex over the coming days to continue his rehabilitation.
The 25-year-old said, “I’m coming back to Rush Green to continue my fitness work in a few days because I have to work to be ready for July 5.
“I’ve been on holiday with my family and some friends to Mykonos and Athens in Greece, Belgrade in Serbia, and Montenegro, which was both interesting and relaxing, but now is the time to think about my work because I want to be ready to train and play.”
This came as a blow to many Hammers fans considering that Obiang, Michal Antonio and Manuel Lanzini were among the more impressive players for the team, in what was a disappointing past season.