Alhassan ‘Crespo’ Kamara has returned to full training with BK Häcken first-team after four months out.
The striker, who took part with his team-mates on Friday is hoping to revive his career following a troubled period last season.
The return of the Sierra Leonean will serve as a real boost for new head coach Andreas Alms.
The 25 years old, who experienced surgery in September is anxious to get back to full action ahead of the new campaign.
The Sierra Leone striker has had major injury problems during his career but the last few months have been heavy.
“Feels great to be back in full training after being away from football for this long,” The 25-year-old told footballsierraleone.net.
He added, “I’m craving to kick-start the new Swedish Allsvenskan season, very happy to be injury free.”
“He is expected to slowly build on his fitness in the coming weeks as he edges towards a first-team return,” a source close to Häcken said.
Prior to his injury Kamara scored five goals in 12 appearances for the Gothenburg side.
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