English Premier League side Hull City have received a timely boost in their battle to beat the drop following the timely return of full back Moses Odubajo who has been out injured since the start of the season.
Odubajo dislocated his kneecap in a pre season friendly game against Grimsby and required surgery including ligament reconstruction on the problem.
He underwent further surgery in October after a training ground incident which left him with a fractured knee on his return after a four months absence.
23 year old Odubajo according to his brother Tom Bolarinwa is scheduled to play some part in Hull City survival battle before the end of the season as his recovery is going on as planned.
The England youth international is a target for the coach of Nigeria Gernot Rohr. who has his name on the list of players with dual nationality who are still eligible to play for Nigeria.