Moses Odubajo is training with his former club Brentford, as confirmed by their official Twitter account.
The 24-year-old is looking to regain his fitness following two years on the sidelines with injuries. He spent time last week training with Scottish Premier League side Celtic but has now moved onto his former employers Brentford.
Odubajo left Hull City at the end of his contract and is now a free agent. He joined the Tigers in 2015 from Brentford for a fee of around £3.5 million and helped them gain promotion to the Premier League in an impressive first season in East Yorkshire under Steve Bruce.
However, a knee ligament injury and various other injury setbacks have ruled him out for the past two seasons meaning his last competitive game was the 2016 Championship Play-Off final for Hull against Sheffield Wednesday. This meant he never got chance to play for the Tigers in the Premier League, as they were relegated in their first season back in the top flight.
Oduabjo is hoping to get back into the game as soon as possible and show that he is capable of getting back from his unfortunate injury ordeals. It could be the case that Brentford are looking at him with a view to signing him on a permanent basis if he impresses them.
There is no doubt that when fit Odubajo is a top player at Championship level. He deserves a chance to be offered a new deal by a club and get his career back on track.