The Argentinian forward has tweeted that he is set to return to action for the Premier League champions after suffering a knee injury on the opening day of the seasonManchester City striker Sergio Aguero has revealed that he has recovered from injury and is set to return to action for the Premier League champions.
The Argentine international has been out of action for the Citizens since injuring his knee in the opening game of the season against Southampton when he sustained a knee injury.
City's form has been inconsistent in his absence, Roberto Mancini's men have earned victories over the Saints and Queens Park Rangers, but have also been held to draws by Liverpool and Stoke and slipped to a last minute defeat by Real Madrid at the Santiago Bernabeu on Tuesday evening.
However, the Eastlands club look set to be boosted by the return of Aguero - the scorer of their title winning goal against QPR - who took to social networking site Twitter to inform the City fans of his impending comeback.
He tweeted: "It's been a month since my injury. The good thing is that I'm fully recovered and eager to get back in action."