Andy Carroll recovered from Injury

Andy Carroll has recently recovered from an ankle injury which has kept him out of action for a significantly long period of time and the English forward has returned to the pitch in blistering form as he provided the assist to his teammate DiafraSakho who scored the only goal of the entire match during West Ham United’s FA Cup match against Bristol City when they faced each other on January 25.

The 26 year old forward also managed to find the back of the net when West Ham United played with Hull City in a Premier League game. Carroll salvaged also salvaged one point when his team settled with a 1-1 draw with Swansea City.

Not only has Carroll helped out his club in the attacking department of his team but also when it comes to defending as he has no problem in trailing back and aid in the process of not conceding goals whenever it may be needed.

A few years ago Carroll was signed by Liverpool for €30 million but the English player failed to live up to his price tag as he only managed to score 11 goals in 3 seasons. His time at Anfield eventually reached it’s end as he was offloaded to West Ham United for a price tag of €15 million and his goal-scoring record has not been improving as he only managed to score 2 goals for West Ham United during the 2013-14 season.

Now that he is back in action and fully healed from his injuries, Carroll appears to be hungry for goals and success, the captain of West Ham United Kevin Nolan, praised what the player has been demonstrating since returning from his injury.

“People obviously see him for his aerial ability, but he’s got a lot of ability on the floor and you’ve seen that in a couple of his goals, Swansea and the finish against Leicester. Now he’s getting to full fitness, everything is going really well for him and I’m delighted. After the tough time he’s had with injuries, he’s come back with hunger and desire’’ Kevin Nolan told West Ham’s official website as he flattered Carroll and his recent return to the playing grounds.