Hull City give update on Moses Odubajo’s injury

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The Tigers revealed that the 24-year-old could be back in action before the end of the season as he recovers from a lengthy injury layoff

Hull City disclosed that Moses Odubajo is hoping to return to action in the spring but with no expected date as he continues his recovery from a lengthy knee injury.

Odubajo has been out of action for over 15 months after dislocating his kneecap during a pre-season game against Grimsby Town in 2016.

And the KCOM Stadium outfit have stated that the former Leyton Orient and Brentford defender looks forward to returning to action in the spring after a fruitful meeting with his medical consultant.

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“Long-term injury victim Moses Odubajo is hoping for a return to action in the spring following a positive meeting with his consultant this week,” the statement reads on club website.

“Odubajo has endured an injury nightmare since damaging his knee in a pre-season friendly against Grimsby Town in July 2016, but has now been able to draft a potential return-to-play pathway with the Club's medical staff.

“That represents light at the end of the tunnel for the 24-year-old right back, although any predicted return date remains tentative at this stage after such a lengthy lay-off.”

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