Matty Fryatt nears Hull City return after 'positive' reaction to injections
HULL City boss Steve Bruce is optimistic Matty Fryatt can avoid surgery to cure his nagging Achilles injury and make his return to training in the next week.
Fryatt, the Tigers’ top scorer for the last two seasons, is yet to feature in City’s Championship campaign after being plagued by an injury suffered in the League Cup win over Rotherham six weeks ago.
The prospect of surgery and the threat of missing the remainder of the season was becoming an increasing concern for City’s medical staff, but a series of injections have brought a “positive” reaction for Fryatt.
“It’s been positive this week so we hope in the next couple of days he can come to the party as well,” said Bruce.
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“Our top scorer from last season hasn’t kicked a ball for us yet so it would be great to see him firing as well.
“Let’s hope he can shake off the Achilles injury and he’ll be okay.”