Spartak Moscow of Russia striker, Emmanuel Emenike has told Goal.com about how much he missed the game after his lay-off with a waist injury recently. The striker got injured in the Super Eagles 6-1 over Liberia last month in Calabar.
Emenike returned from a German specialist hospital where his waist was examined and treated early this week after he injured that part of the body in an Africa Cup of Nations qualifier against Liberia in Calabar but got it aggravated in a league match thereafter.
The former Karabukspor and Fenerbahce of Turkey's forward informed Goal.com he was happy to have put the injury woes behind him and would ready to listen to further instructions from Spartak's medics and his team manager on when and how best to gradually get back into action.
"I am back and better. I was in Germany for few days but I thank God I'm back to my base and ready to roll. To me I am ready to start player but I don't know what the coaches and the medical team have in store for me.
"I will hear from them on when I will be fully fit to start playing again. I have missed football and I cannot wait to start kicking it again," Emenike said.
Emenike won the Turkish League Best Foreign Player award at the end of the 2009/10 season and was Spartak’s top scorer for last season.