Winston Reid has returned to full training at West Ham United, per ClaretandHugh.
The central defender has struggled with injury woes throughout the past two seasons.
He did not make a single appearance in 2018/19 due to a knee problem.
However, he is now back in training with the new season drawing ever closer.
Indeed, ClaretandHugh reports that the New Zealand international will rejoin the first-team this week following a spell of specialist training.
West Ham begin the season against Premier League champions Manchester City this weekend.
A fit Reid will be an incredible boost to manager Manuel Pellegrini.
Indeed, the 31-year-old has made over 220 appearances for the club and has often captained the club too.
His last reasonably full season came in 2016/17, however, as he played 36 times in all competitions.
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Having him back and able to compete with Issa Diop and Fabian Balbuena for a starting spot gives Pellegrini depth and a welcome selection headache.
Reid is a fine defender, excellent in the air and also good on the ground and could play a key role in his side’s season.
Fans will surely be delighted to see him back.