Lucas praises Liverpool fans

Liverpool midfielder Lucas Leiva has thanked the Reds fans for giving him so much support during his injury, reports. The Brazilian will be out of action for the rest of the season after undergoing surgery on an anterior cruciate ligament.

The midfielder returned to Melwood after a month and a half in Brazil and is thankful that the Liverpool fans helped him keep his spirits up. Lucas was in great form before his injury and had established himself firmly as one of the Reds’ most consistent players. The 25 year old is in rehabilitation from the surgery and is looking to come back quickly from his problem to help Liverpool next season.

Lucas said: ‘As I said when I got injured, I want to say thanks to the fans for all the positive messages they have been sending to me. They are definitely helping me a lot to keep strong and do well. Hopefully I will be back soon and wearing the red shirt again will be a good thing to achieve.’

‘I was really frustrated because it was my first injury since I arrived at Liverpool and a serious one, so I was really down, especially after the operation. But you can’t complain about it, you just have to deal with it, try to do the right rehab and come back stronger than before’, the Brazilian added.

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