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Grant said: "Perhaps he is the bionic man. But he is very strong both mentally and physically.

I'd rather call him the Ironman.

It's great to have him back but, as others have pointed out, let's hope he hasn't rushed this.

I'm sure he want's to come back as soon as possible but better not risk anything. It's not as if we're having huge problems in the defence. With Riccy and Alex things have looked good.

Still, I can't deny that the possibility to have Riccy and JT back together against Spuds sounds great.

Feel a bit sorry for Alex though. He has done so well and now he'll be pushed back to 3rd choice with limited time on the pitch (unless, God forbid, Riccy or JT gets injured again).

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No point in risking him for Huddersfield when theres Champions league and cup final soon approaching. Still, good news none the less.

on the other hand what better game to bring him back in then one where the defence SHOULD (and I capitalise on purpose) have a reasonably comfortable day.

Personally, if he is properly fit, I would start him on the bench and see the game is progressing before deciding whether, and when, to bring him on.

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