Hull City manager, Nigel Adkins, has refused to put a time frame for Nigerian born right-back, Moses Odubajo, to resume playing match after the 24 year old returned to the Tigers’ first team in training on Monday following an injury setback .
Odubajo joined the English Championship side in training for the first time in 18 months after fully recovering from anterior cruciate knee injury.
He copped the injury in a pre-season friendly against Grimsby Town in 2016 and has not featured since then.
“It’s great that Moses is back on the training ground and back in with the first team group,” Adkins told Hull City’s official website.
“He’s been out injured for more than 18 months and he’s been through a heck of a lot, but we have great medical and sports science staff here and a lot of people have helped him along the way.
“Moses has got a smile on his face and it’s fantastic for him and fantastic for us because he’s an infectious character.
“There’s no timeframe in terms of when he will be back playing, but this morning was a big step forward for him to take part in the first part of the training session.”