Birmingham City and manager Garry Monk have been handed a big boost with the return from injury of one of their key men.
Striker Isaac Vassell made his return from a shocking knee injury yesterday for the Blues’ under-23’s side, and duly scored two goals to prove his worth to the Birmingham cause heading into the second half of the campaign.
Reported by the Birmingham Mail, Vassell’s return to the picture will be a big boost for the club and manager Garry Monk, who is desperate to add to his squad in January and will see the return of Vassell as like having a new signing at the club.
The pacey striker, formely of Luton Town, will be hoping to play a big part in firing the Blues up the table in the second half of the season, with Monk’s men not sitting too far off being able to make a run at the top six in the second tier.
Vassell’s speed, coupled with his ability to get in behind and finish is something which Monk will see as a massive bonus in his squad as the second half of the season plays out.
Big bonus this for Birmingham heading into the second half of the campaign.
Vassell can be a quality operator when he wants to be and his pace and finishing should make a big different for Monk’s men.
If he can get back up to speed quickly and get among the goals, then Birmingham might just be a threat heading into the second half of the season.