Victor Wanyama vows to return stronger from injury

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The former Southampton player has been an integral part of Mauricio Pochettino's team since signing for Spurs in June 2016

Victor Wanyama has thanked Kenyan fans who staged a procession to wish him a quick recovery on Saturday.

The former Southampton player, who has been an integral part of Mauricio Pochettino's team since signing for Spurs in June 2016, has missed the majority of this season, playing just 98 minutes in two English Premier League games.

And on Saturday, a group of local fans staged a procession in support of the injured Kenyan captain. Spotted holding ‘Get Well Soon placard’ on the streets of Machakos town, the fans said they hoped Wanyama copes with the injury.

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Wanyama has taken to his twitter account to thank the fans and promised that he will return from the injury 'a better player and very soon'.

Wanyama wrote, “Thanks for the support Tottenham Spurs fan club in Kenya, I promise to come back better and strong very soon #COYS #God’sSpeed”.

Tottenham have struggled without Wanyama this season.

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