Luke Summerfield has spoken of his frustration after missing a large part of Wrexham’s promotion challenge but the midfielder is ready to help the Reds finish the job off, report The Leader.
The 31-year-old limped off with a calf problem in the 1-0 win over Maidenhead on January 26 – Graham Barrow’s last game as Reds boss – but was not expected to face a lengthy spell on the sidelines.
However, a couple of set-backs has led to Summerfield missing the last 11 matches, meaning he is yet to feature under Barrow’s successor, Bryan Hughes.
Summerfield, a key player in the first half of the season, is back in full training and is looking forward to answering Hughes’ call as the fifth placed Reds, who have four games remaining, aim to secure a top seven finish.
“It has been a very frustrating time with how well we were doing and having a good season,” said Summerfield.
“A very frustrating time with being out for this long; it wasn’t supposed to this long, I have had a few set-backs but hopefully now I have seen the back of it and can crack on.”
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