Mykhailo Mudryk marked his return to the pitches at Cobham with a post to his Instagram story.
Chelsea are pumped up after the good news that Mykhailo Mudryk has recovered from injury. The 22-year-old winger tweaked his quadricep against Fulham last month.
The Ukrainian enjoyed a brief cameo off the bench against Burnley. He then improved his fitness in the international break. The Chelsea star earned confidence against North Macedonia and Malta.
Mudryk picked up a knock before the Brentford game and also missed the EFL Cup in mid-week. He marked his return to the pitches at Cobham with a post to his Instagram story.
In-front of a picture of himself in his Chelsea gear, Mudryk wrote: “Nice feeling back on the pitch [smiling emoji].”
Chelsea manager also spoke on him, “After three months he is not a completely different player because we are not magic but he is a different person. We are starting to see how lovely this guy is. He is so sensitive and smart.
“He is so clever. And how important it is to give confidence in life and in life to trust. When people trust they can be open and start to express their talent in football.
“Micha is doing really well in his relationships with the team, the coaching staff, the medical staff, with the club. That is a massive improvement. It is not to give him some exercises or some advice about how to move between the lines or one very one.
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