Ghanaian striker Godsway Donyoh hopes to be fit for Falkenberg’s home game against Atvidabergs on Sunday after missing the 3-2 away win against Norrkoeping over the weekend.
The Ghanaian sustained a hamstring injury in the defeat to Malmo FF in which he scored but was declared unfit for the game with Norrkoeping.
“I sustained a hamstring injury against Malmo and I had to sit out in the away game last weekend against Norrkoeping but I will be ready for Sunday against Atvidabergs,” Donyoh told Goal Ghana.
“It’s nothing serious but I felt I did not want to risk anything that was why they substituted me in the Malmo game.”
The striker, who is owned by Manchester City and on a long-season loan with Falkenberg, which is coached by former Manchester United and Barcelona legend Henrik Larsson has been one of the club’s best players this season, despite injuries.
He is being closely monitored by his parent club and could return to East Lands after his loan.