Celtic striker Kyogo Furuhashi has delivered an exciting update ahead of his return from injury.

The Japanese internationalist has been missing from action for several months, having injured his hamstring once again during the Boxing Day win against St Johnstone.

However, with the season coming closer to an end, and crucial fixtures taking place in the coming weeks, it seems that Kyogo is about to make a timely return to action.

As quoted by Japanese media outlet Mainichi, Kyogo vowed that he will be ‘back soon’ and praised fans for their messages of support during his time out injured.

“I have been absent since I was injured in December last year, but now I am in very good condition and I feel that I will be back soon.

“I’m glad to hear a lot of messages from the supporters. I am spending my time hoping to get back to the pitch as soon as possible.”

With the Hoops currently on a brilliant run of form, it is an exciting prospect for both fans and Ange Postecoglou to have a returning Kyogo.

After the international break, the crucial fixtures ramp up once again, with several derbies taking place across the month of April.

As we prepare for the final run-in domestically, which will see Postecoglou’s side challenging for both the league and Scottish Cup, Kyogo could play a massive part in where those trophies end up going.

A return to the matchday squad in our next game against Rangers at Ibrox seems like a real possibility, going off of the frontman’s latest comments.

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