Nottingham Forest’s forward, Callum Hudson-Odoi, may be close to making his return to the field, as he has been spotted in training. Hudson-Odoi had been sidelined for a few weeks due to an injury he picked up before the Luton game.
Hudson-Odoi had a promising start at Forest, scoring an impressive equalizer on his debut against Burnley. He had been largely impressive since his move from Chelsea on deadline day, a deal that cost Forest just £5 million.
Despite celebrating his 23rd birthday recently, Hudson-Odoi is still considered a young talent, and Forest may have made a great bargain with his signing.
Recently, he was seen back in training at the Nigel Doughty Academy, although it remains uncertain whether he’ll be ready to face West Ham on Sunday, considering an upcoming international break. Forest manager Steve Cooper has praised Hudson-Odoi’s quality, and the club appears to be an ideal place for his development, given the right management.
The primary challenge for Hudson-Odoi at Forest is to maintain his fitness, especially considering a past Achilles problem at Chelsea that hindered his progress. However, if he can stay fit, he has the potential to shine at the City Ground under Cooper’s guidance.