Leroy Fer return pleases Neil Adams

Norwich midfielder Leroy Fer in action against Hull on August 24, 2013
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Leroy Fer's return from a hamstring injury is a source of comfort for Norwich City manager Neil Adams.

New Norwich City manager Neil Adams has welcomed the return from injury of Leroy Fer.

The Dutch midfielder has spent the previous six weeks on the sidelines with a hamstring complaint.

However, he returned to action against Fulham at the weekend and although he couldn't help the Canaries to record a positive result, Adams has described the 24-year-old's recovery as a "massive boost".

"That was a massive boost because he is a fantastic player. He was running on empty and he had given anything. I thought he looked good, he was strong, he was giving us a good presence in midfield and he had not played for six weeks or so. It was a huge boost and he did himself justice with his inclusion," the Eastern Daily Press quotes Adams as saying.

Fer has scored four goals during his 32 outings this season.

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