Nottingham Forest defender Jack Hobbs has revealed that he should be back in training next week, then pushing into the first team.

Hobbs suffered a grade two hamstring tear in their thrilling 4-4 away trip at Blackpool.

However, things are looking up for the central defender.

He said: “I’m well on with my rehab and back out on the training pitch with the physics.

“I should hopefully be joining in with training next week and then be pushing to be in the squad.

“I want to get a full summer under my belt to build a really good platform for myself to push on in the next campaign.”

Hobbs then went on to praise his team-mates.

“There’s great competition for places in the centre back position alone. It’s going to be difficult to get my place back, but to see the lads doing well is fantastic.”

He finished talking to the clubs official website by saying that they have nothing to lose: “We can have a real push now with nothing to lose.”


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