Hull City midfielder Jimmy Bullard has told the club’s fans that he will not be fit again until October as the England ace is battling back from a career-saving knee operation.
It is believed that midfielder Bullard now aged 30, went to Denver, America to have surgery to repair his cruciate ligament in February and Tigers boss Phil Brown had hopes that Jimmy Bullard would make a return in time for the new Premier League season.
Bullard has just made one substitute appearance for Hull since his record £5million transfer from Fulham in January but doctors and specialists have told Bullard that he is still three months away from a full recovery.
The former Wigan star told reporters recently that he don’t think that he is going to be a million miles away at the start of October and that as long as things keep going well it will be around that date. But the player also said that everyone will have to wait and see but he looking to come back and hit the ground running.
The player also added that hopefully he will be back stronger than ever and then he will have his whole career ahead of him in a Hull shirt.