Hearts of Oak deputy captain Fatawu Mohammed returned to training on Monday morning after recovering from an ankle injury that kept him side-lined for six week.
The 25 year-old right back has missed the club’s last four games due to the ankle problem but he joined the full squad at training on Monday.
Fatawu last played in the club’s 0-0 draw with Liberty Professionals last month. The former Red Bull Academy guardsman has been an ever-present before that, playing in the club’s previous 11 games before his injury.
“He had a problem with his ankle but it was not a fracture but a partial tear. It needed time to heal and after going through the medical processes, Fatawu has been given the go-ahead to start training. We will take our time on him because there’s no need to rush him so he will be doing a lot of light training now,” Hearts physiotherapist Ernest Anum told Phobians.com.