Shkodran Mustafi has taken to social media to reveal how he feels about his hamstring injury.
The centreback went down holding his hamstring during Arsenal’s 3-1 win over Stoke on Saturday and it’s not looking good.
Speaking after the match, Arsene Wenger even admitted that it could have the German international out for three weeks, which means we won’t see him again until 2017. Plus, he misses our clashes against Everton and Manchester City – at least.
Mustafi admitted on his Instagram account that although he’s trying to look at the positive side, he’s ‘extremely bitter’ over getting injured at this point in the season. Not, as he points out, there’s ever a good time.
There's never a right time for an injury but at that point of the season it's extremely bitter. I was looking forward to the game against my former club Everton and the clash against Manchester City. I'll do everything I can to recover as quickly as possible. Only positive thoughts on my mind because I know I'll come back stronger than before. 💪🏽🔜🔙🔛🔝 #sm20