Also, Raheem Sterling is full of excitement ahead of England's clash with Sweden, while life isn't so peachy for the likes of Rio Ferdinand, Andreas Weimann & more
Raheem Sterling, meanwhile, has been acting like a kid at Christmas ahead of England duty, even if Phil Neville is a little more cautious about Leon Osman and Leighton Baines' prospective involvements.
All that and more can be found in Wednesday's offering of Word on the Tweet...
Tottenham full-back Kyle Walker is the first of two Premier League stars to make their Twitter comeback in this edition of WOTT. Perfect preparation for this weekend's north London derby.
"Big news for all you football fans. The skipper @grantholt31 is now back on twitter by popular demand! He wishes. Welcome back mate"
While Norwich City's Elliott Bennett reveals the identity of the other man that just couldn't stay away from the website, big forward Grant Holt.
"Morning tweeps #matchday #buzzing #AmIDreaming"
Liverpool's teen sensation Raheem Sterling can barely contain his excitement at the news that he is set to make his England debut against Sweden - and rightly so.
"Morning all great news ossie/Baines starting tonight-looking forward to watching the game and then their safe return injury free!!"
With Everton midfielder Leon Osman also in line for his first cap, club skipper Phil Neville praises the Toffees contingent in Roy Hodgson's expected line-up. Although, in true club-versus-country fashion, he is praying for them to return in one piece.
"Aaaaaaarrrrrgggghhh this traffic is doing my head in! Road block central!"
Rio Ferdinand of Manchester United gets stuck in a jam. Raspberry, WOTT believes.
"Any advice for good restaurants in norwich guys?as soon i'll taste them i'll give my feed back! #lovefood"
Sebastien Bassong is clearly finding the transition from swanky London dining to the cuisine of Norfolk tough, after making his move from Tottenham to Norwich.
"Can´t turn my phone on anymore !!!"
"Great couple days with Mr fruit and veg meandering around the country checking home grown produce for @walkers_crisps . Dad knows his onions"
WOTT argues that TV pundit, former striker and tasty potato snack extraordinaire, Gary Lineker is, in fact, off his onion.