Super Eagles star sustained a bad Achilles’ tendon injury in Spartak Moscow’s game against Ural a fortnight ago
Victor Moses is on his road to recovery after sustaining an injury in a Russian Premier League game.
Moses, who started the season strongly scoring and assisting for the Russian Cup champions was hauled off in the game following his injury.
He has since successfully undergone surgery and is on his road back to recovery, having already started his gym rehabilitation.
Moses was pictured carrying some weight with his injured leg which had a cast on it.
The Nigerian former Chelsea, Liverpool, Wigan and West Ham star has also promised to get back to his normal level in the coming months.
A tweet by a Russian fan showed Moses in a gym beginning his return to fitness.
The 31-year old helped Spartak Moscow to their first Russian Cup title in decades last season and is one of the club’s most important players.
His Achilles’ tendon injury is expected to last between four to six months if a relapse doesn’t happen. The 2013 AFCON star has not played for the Super Eagles since the 2018 World Cup despite several rumours linking him to a return back to the team.