Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger believes that Aaron Ramsey’s injury plagued season is now behind him, and claims the reason behind his recurring muscular problems has been discovered, according to the Mirror.
The Welshman has suffered a number of hamstring injuries this season, and has struggled to put a decent run of games together.
It was unclear how long his latest injury would keep him sidelined for, but Wenger claims that the 24-year-old should be back in action against QPR this Wednesday.
When quizzed over whether or not the underlying issue behind Ramsey’s injury woes had been diagnosed, he responded: “We think yes.”
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He stated that the tireless star had suffered a crisis of confidence due to his frequent injuries, but insisted that was not the reason behind his troubles.
“When you have a repetition of muscular injuries, it can put the handbrake on your body a little bit. To get rid of that is a psychological problem,” he continued.
“I don’t think he suffers from that looking at him in training. Certainly, you lose a bit of confidence in your body.”
Ramsey was arguably rushed back too quickly last time around, and suffered a recurrence of his previous injury just minutes into his return against Leicester City.
The boss claims this won’t be a problem at Loftus Road, although he wouldn’t reveal the reason behind the midfielder’s injuries.
We need everyone fit and firing as we head into the latter stages of the campaign, so let’s hope he can remain fit for the remainder of the season.