>
My tribe

Fit-again West Ham prospect Edgar eyeing first team breakthrough

West Ham United winger Anthony Edgar is eyeing a first team breakthrough after his successful return from long-term injury with the reserves.

The winger enjoyed a scintillating pre-season, scoring for the first team in a friendly victory at Peterborough United, before suffering an untimely knee injury at Queens Park Rangers in August.

Having worked his way back to fitness, Edgar was handed a 45-minute run out at Motspur Park.

Edgar told whufc.com: "It was a good game. I think the boys helped me out a lot. I was happy to get back into the reserve team - I played 45 minutes and I thought I did really well.

"To be fair, it was a good game. It was a strong-paced kind of game."

"Obviously it was a bit hard at times with my fitness but that will come in time, so all in all it was good.

"I knew a while ago that I would be getting a game, so I prepared myself in training and did extra stuff after training to be ready for the game.

"I wasn't nervous at all. I am quite a confident person. The knee felt good and my body felt good so I knew I would be OK."

 It's all kicking off again! Click here for the No1 coverage of West Ham United's winter market transfer news.

About the author

Tribal Football Staff

Have your say
  • Add your favourite leagues and clubs
  • Build your own personal news stream
  • Easily share your favourite stories
  • Connect with what your friends are saying

Select your favourite
leagues and clubs
to get started.

Already part of MyTribe?