Hibs winger Alan O'Brien has revealed that he is desperate to impress boss John Collins after a slow start at Easter Road.
O'Brien was injured in a pre-season closed door match at Easter Road involving the Hibs squad and has been carrying an ankle injury ever since, but the player now feel he is free of the injury and is out to impress.
Speaking to the Dublin Evening Herald, the Hibees flying machine said:
"I've had some problems with injury this season. I started a few games early on in the season but the ankle has been at me. I spoke to John Collins about my situation during the week but he reassured me that I'm still part of the plans. He said that I need to build up my fitness back up to where it should be and I just need games to do that, that's why I played in the reserves against Celtic in midweek, I just needed another game under my belt.
"The ankle had been bothering me for a while, I was able to play in games but it was affecting my performances, so the manager told me to take the rest of the week off, rest the ankle and try to come back strong, and that's what I have done. I am feeling fit and well now, I'll have to wait my turn now as the team are doing so well. I know I made the right move in coming here. I have managed to get a few games under my belt already, I have played seven league games already this season.
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