Huddersfield Town winger Ramadan Sobhi has declared himself ‘okay’ after recovering from a knee injury and hopes to feature against Liverpool in Saturday’s Premier League meeting.
The 21-year-old joined David Wagner's side on a three-year deal from Stoke City this summer but has been limited to just six minutes of top-flight action this term.
Sobhi’s only appearance came in the Terriers’ 6-1 loss to Manchester City at the Etihad Stadium where he was introduced as an 84th-minute substitute for Steve Mounie.
Having missed his side's last seven games across all competitions, the former Al Ahly player is now set for his debut at the John Smith's Stadium when Huddersfield Town chase their first win of the season against Jurgen Klopp’s charges.
“Yeah, I am fine. Everything is okay. My knee is better now,” Sobhi told Huddersfield Town
" I am happy, I ran today. I am happy my knee is good now. Everything is okay. I am excited.
"I am on the pitch now and training with the team, my knee is okay. I am excited to train and play in matches.
“I haven't played in Huddersfield Town's stadium. I am excited to play in front of the fans.
"Next match I maybe play or maybe not. I am excited to play in front of the fans at the stadium."