Everton’s Bryan Oviedo suffered a horrific double leg-break against Stevenage at the end of January which many believed would rule him out of the World Cup in Brazil.
The Costa Rican, however, is defying all odds in his recovery and is on course to face England in the group stage on June 24th. Oviedo admitted that his recovery has been going extremely well and is already feeling in superb condition both mentally and physically.
Mentally I feel very good, much better emotionally.
I do not feel any pain, I hope tomorrow morning I will feel well, and Monday to do more physical work and continue the recovery, he told Al Da. Oviedo has been instructed to rest over the weekend. The full-back added that although he feels a great improvement, is aware that he has yet to properly put his leg to the test. At the moment I have no pain, but at night we have to wait, I hope that when my turn comes to work I will not have any problems, he said. Oviedo added that he aims to watch Everton play against Arsenal in their crucial match on Sunday.
A win for his side would see them move within a point of Arsenal who occupy the fourth and final Champions League spot.