Bryan Oviedo feeling "fantastic" ahead of second return

Bryan Oviedo of Everton in action on his comeback from injury during the Capital One Cup Third Round match between Swansea City and Everton at Liberty Stadium on September 23, 2014
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Bryan Oviedo insists that he is ready to return for Everton after having a screw taken out of his leg earlier in the month.

Everton full-back Bryan Oviedo has insisted that he is fully prepared to return to action again after having a procedure on his leg earlier this month.

The Costa Rican made his Premier League comeback in the loss to Manchester United on October 5 after breaking his leg in January, but he has been out of action since having a screw removed from his leg a few days later.

However, Oviedo claims that the procedure has had the desired impact, and he is hopeful of becoming a key figure in Roberto Martinez's side as soon as possible.

"I feel much better right now after I've had the screws taken out," the 24-year-old told members of the media. "It's fantastic because before they stopped me when I ran but now I feel much better and I hope to be ready for the next games. Now I want to play.

"Sometimes it's difficult when you come back from a long injury, but at the moment I feel very good and I hope to play as quickly as possible."

Everton host Swansea City at Goodison Park on Saturday afternoon.

Leighton Baines of Everton takes and has a penalty kick saved by David De Gea of Manchester United during the Barclays Premier League at Old Trafford on October 5, 2014
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