Moussa Sissoko has sent out a reassuring message to the Tottenham Hotspur fans during the Frenchman's recovery from a knee injury currently keeping him out of action.
The 30-year-old last played in the Premier League against Southampton on 1st January, but has since been nursing a knee injury which is why Sissoko was having a recovery session.
This just so happens to be the day of the infamous North London Derby, which would likely be a very physical match and wouldn't be the best conditions to ease a player back into.
Sissoko has played 20 matches in the league so far this season, scoring just twice and assisting only once - hardly record-breaking stats but the 30-year-old is still a useful player to have in the squad.
The Frenchman has been playing the majority of his football in a defensive midfield position, which seems to be suiting him and will likely be his main position when returning.
These Spurs fans are clearly excited to see Sissoko back on the pitch where he belongs, and they would probably love to have him back for the Arsenal clash - given the history between the two sides.
No pain, no gain. I will be back soon ! pic.twitter.com/PTwyZgOFRm— Moussa Sissoko (@MoussaSissoko) February 11, 2020
Come on GOAT— HF Löfgren (@hflofgren) February 11, 2020
Great news!— Terry Ransome (@Transome77) February 11, 2020
Don’t push yourself too hard, Moussa! We miss you and wish you back in your very best condition.— Hanna Lee (@lee_bitnaa) February 11, 2020
GOAT— adi (@aditya_thfc) February 11, 2020
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