After missing the U.S. Men’s National Team’s World Cup qualifiers this month, Bobby Wood is back in training with his club.
Wood returned to training with Hamburg following a lower back injury that has kept him out during the entirety of the international break, per German paper Kicker. The length of the injury was initially unknown, with a week and a half out of training, the injury is apparently not a serious one.
The news is good for the German Bundesliga club, as the forward is the team’s highest scoring player, with five league goals. Wood’s return is a boost for Hamburg, currently sitting 16th in the Bundesliga table and fighting relegation.
Hamburg returns to action Saturday for a home match against Cologne.