UK time is: 19:04:11
Vital Login
Social Login

Choose your club

Other Sites

Network Navigation

Vital Partners

'If It's Football, It's Vital'

I`m Back! declares Hennessey

Wayne Hennessey has declared that he is back from an injury nightmare.

Back in November 2012 it was reported that Hennessey had been sidelined for somewhere between nine and eleven months following a second cruciate ligament operation.

After returning to action after six months following his first ruptured cruciate ligament injury, Hennessey suffered a re-occurance of the with a subsequent MRI scan confirming everyone's fears that he had disrupted the repair in the same knee and was set for surgery for a second time.

Starting his rehabilitation programme again from scratch, the Welsh International is targeting his return for Wolves.

A lot has changed since Hennessey made his last appearance in April 2012. Wolves have suffered back-to-back relegations from the Premier League and the Championship and any potential rumours of big money transfers have certainly been shelved along with 15 months of the 26-year-old's career.

"It`s been a while but now I am just feeling excited and focusing on playing again, I`ve missed a hell of a lot of football. The last game I played was in the Premier League. I`d like to get back in and show that Hennessey is back! I`m happy and buzzing." he told the Birmingham Mail.

He continued: "I think I`m a changed person now. You don`t want to be injured especially long term but in some aspects maybe it helped me and I look at things differently now. I`ve learned a lot more about my body and what it needs and how I can keep myself in top condition.

"But I`ve also missed a lot of football not just for Wolves but Wales as well.

"Hopefully now I can get back in and start doing what I love doing again which is playing football.

Tell us what you think

As well as joining in on the forum and article comments below, you can also write an article to appear on our site!

This website is 100% by the fans and we are always looking for people to get involved. If this interests you please contact Vital Wolves.






Use your social login to comment on front page articles. Login using you Facebook, Twitter, Google or LinkedIn accounts and have your say!



Click here to join in the debate on the club forum.

The Journalist

Writer: Akela Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Wednesday June 26 2013

Time: 12:00PM

 

Have Your Say

Log in...
with your social network     OR     with your Vital account

Recent Wolves Articles

Wolves players to take Ebola advice (Friday October 24 2014)

Ricketts features for Under-21s (Thursday October 23 2014)

Jackett pleased with goals (Wednesday October 22 2014)

Stats: Wolves v Middlesbrough (Wednesday October 22 2014)

Wolves get back on track with a win (Tuesday October 21 2014)

11 goals conceded in 4 games (Monday October 20 2014)

Sign up to Vital Wolves today (Monday October 20 2014)

Wolves let two points slip away (Sunday October 19 2014)

Leaky Defence Costs Wolves More Points (Saturday October 18 2014)

Archived Wolves Articles

List All Vital Wolves Articles
Have your say
Click here to suggest an article
Click here to suggest a poll

Vital Members League (view all)

League Results (view all)

Latest Results
Wolves 2 - 0 Middlesbrough
Wolves 1 - 0 Bolton
Wolves 3 - 1 Blackburn
Reading 3 - 3 Wolves
Millwall 3 - 3 Wolves
Fulham 0 - 1 Wolves

League Table (view table)

Team P W D L GD Pts
1. Derby County 13 7 5 1 13 26
2. Watford 13 7 4 2 11 25
3. Middlesbrough 13 7 2 4 7 23
4. Wolves 13 6 5 2 5 23
5. Norwich 13 6 4 3 10 22
6. Forest 13 5 7 1 9 22
7. Charlton 13 5 7 1 4 22

Breaking League News

Grant Holt Set To Face City
Norwich : 24/10/2014 18:59:00
The Wednesday Preview
Norwich : 24/10/2014 18:53:00
Big clash at the Riverside
Middlesbrough : 24/10/2014 17:47:00
Karanka confident of team
Middlesbrough : 24/10/2014 17:39:00
Brighton v Rotherham (Preview)
Brighton : 24/10/2014 16:57:00

Current Site Poll (view all polls)

Can Wolves pull off back-to-back promotions?
Suggested By:  
Yes 51%
No 49%