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Jack Wilshere is back in action for the first time since October because the midfielder wants to impress

Jack Wilshere is approaching midfielder for the first time since October to impress manager David Moyes as West Ham resumes training

  • Jack Wilshere participated in West Ham training when the club resumed the sessions
  • The midfielder has been injured in the groin with a groin problem since October
  • The 28-year-old has yet to play for David Moyes since taking the lead

Jack Wilshere is back in action for the first time since October after participating in the West Ham training.

The midfielder has spent most of the season on the sidelines with a groin injury and has yet to play for new manager David Moyes who took the lead in December.

The 28-year-old is now accelerating his recovery and could return to action in time for the proposed Premier League Project Restart next month.

Jack Wilshere is back in action for the first time since October and is training again

Jack Wilshere is back in action for the first time since October and is training again

The midfielder has spent most of the current season on the sidelines with a groin injury

The midfielder has spent most of the current season on the sidelines with a groin injury

The midfielder has spent most of the current season on the sidelines with a groin injury

Wilshere joined a group session on Tuesday when the Hammers started controlled work as part of the first phase Covid-19 training.

The midfielder has been having a hard time lately after not being able to attend his grandfather’s funeral due to lockdown restrictions.

The former Arsenal player signed a three-year deal with West Ham in 2018, but injuries kept him limited to just 16 games in the first team.

Wilshere joined a group session on Tuesday when the Hammers started controlled work

Wilshere joined a group session on Tuesday when the Hammers started controlled work

Wilshere joined a group session on Tuesday when the Hammers started controlled work

There was more positive news for Moyes, as Andriy Yarmolenko also trained with the team.

The winger, who has three goals in fifteen games this season, has not played since mid-December after contracting a muscle tear.

The team could start working in larger groups from next week and resume contact training.

All 20 Premier clubs have now returned to their training base. Chelsea’s Ruben Loftus-Cheek was spotted arriving on their Cobham ground. The midfielder has not played this season after ripping his Achilles in a friendly in late last season.

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