Moussa Sissoko has taken to social media to provide an injury update to his followers on Instagram.
The Tottenham Hotspur midfielder suffered a medial collateral ligament (MCL) injury to his right knee during the defeat at Southampton on New Year’s Day which had to require surgery.
It was during the same match which Spurs were dealt another blow when Harry Kane tore his left hamstring.
Sissoko is currently undergoing his rehabilitation and the club confirmed earlier this month that they hope he will return to training in early April.
The former Newcastle player posted a photo of himself hours before the 2-1 win against Norwich City showing his right leg in an inflated cast during his treatment.
His message which was posted in French reflected on the two week period since his surgery whilst thanking God and revealing that he is feeling better every day.
The 30-year-old who signed a new deal last September until 2023 (Sky Sports) thanked fans for their well-wishes and promised to keep them updated with his progress.
Spurs suffered another potential injury blow last night when Harry Winks hobbled off during the match in North London.
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Salut à tous, voilà maintenant deux semaines que j’ai été opéré et Dieu merci je me sens de mieux en mieux chaque jour. Je voulais aussi vous remercier pour les messages de soutien que je reçois et qui me font vraiment plaisir. Cela me donne encore plus de force pour revenir vite et fort. Je vous joins à ce message, dans ma bio ??, une petite vidéo de mon travail acharné chaque jour. Que la paix soit sur vous tous ????.
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