Hull City's Moses Odubajo targets November comeback from knee injury

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Hull City right-back Moses Odubajo is hopeful that he will make his comeback from a knee injury in around six weeks' time.

Hull City right-back Moses Odubajo is hopeful that he will return to action in November following a lengthy spell on the sidelines with a knee injury.

The 23-year-old is yet to appear in the Premier League for the Tigers as he picked up the problem during a pre-season friendly against Grimsby.

Odubajo has revealed that he is hopeful of working his way into Mike Phelan's team in around six weeks' time.

"It's a huge boost to be going back outside to work every morning. I feel like a footballer again, even though I'm not back to the playing stage yet," the right-back told the club's official website.

"We have a fantastic medical team here and it feels like a blessing to be back to the stage I'm at now. I'm progressing really well and I think I've got about another month to go.

"Hopefully by the next international break I'll be in and around things, which is good. I went to see the surgeon last week and he gave the all-clear to get back outside with no real restrictions. It's a case now of trying to get back to where I was before in terms of fitness and taking it from there."

Odubajo joined Hull from Brentford in 2015.

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