Manchester United player, Timothy Fosu-Mensah has said he plans to fight hard to earn his place in the team, a year after suffering a serious knee injury.
Fosu Mensah said he is happy to be back from the horrific injury because it was a huge test for his career.
According to him, he is now working on keeping his body and mind healthy to battle for a spot in Ole Gunnar’s first XI.
He added that the people around him helped to keep him motivated during his recovery period.
His words, “As you know it was a big injury and I feel blessed to be able to play again, and I’m happy to have these 90 minutes under my belt,”
“I feel fit, yeah. The fitness coaches have been working me very hard so I feel good.
“It is the first big injury of my career and it has almost been one year out. It has been a big test, but I have so many good people around me to keep me motivated, to keep me working hard. Obviously, my team-mates keep motivating me and keep saying the right things to me, so I keep going. For sure it has been hard, but the work has been good.
“The most important thing is to keep my body healthy and keep my mind healthy.
“I have good people around me, the people at the club are being good for me. So I am going to keep my body healthy, work hard and fight for this club.”