Arsenal forward Theo Walcott has revealed he won’t be expecting an immediate return to action now that he’s recovered from a groin injury picked up after a return from a lengthy knee injury, reports Sky
Theo Walcott’s long awaited return from an anterior cruciate ligament injury was cut short, with the England international picking up a groin injury. He’s been out a further two months, but made his first start in a year against Hull City in the FA Cup third round.
He was under stably below par due to the period out sidelined, and revealed he won’t be rushing a comeback.
“I forget about the big picture. You need to come into training with a smile on your face, enjoy it and that’s all you can do, otherwise rehab seemed to take so much longer. You want to come in and feel like you’re doing something each day, as you benefit when it comes to the end of it,” he said.
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