Jack Wilshere set for first game since October as he returns to training with West Ham to boost David Moyes – The Sun

JACK WILSHERE is finally getting a chance to show David Moyes what he can do by returning to training.

The West Ham midfielder has yet to play for boss Moyes having been crocked by a groin injury for much of the season.

Wilshere, 28, last featured in October when Manuel Pellegrini was still in charge.

But the one-time England star is now stepping up training in the hope of finally getting back playing.

Yesterday Wilshere joined in with a group session and was putting on a brave face after the death of his grandad, who he could not say goodbye to due to the lockdown.

Forward Andriy Yarmolenko, who has not played since mid-December, also took part.

Felipe Anderson and Co can now work in larger groups and could resume contact training in the next week.

A Hammers source said: “The only positive thing about no football has been players like Jack, Andriy and Ryan Fredericks have been allowed time to recover.”

Chelsea stars, including Ruben Loftus-Cheek, also trained at Cobham.

The likes of Callum Wilson, Nathan Ake and fit-again David Brooks were all snapped returning to training with Bournemouth yesterday.

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