Nigerian striker Osaze Odemwingie is very happy to be back in action in the Premier League with Stoke City.
The 34-year old striker has been missing in action for the Potters in the EPL for as long as four months as his last appearance in a League came was far back in September 2015.
However on Wednesday night, Odemwingie made a sweet return as he was a 56th minute substitute who replaced Borjan in the 3-1 win over Norwich City
Understandably delighted to finally return to action in the Premier League for his club, Stoke City Odemwingie was on social media to voice his excitement and as customary with him, it was in a humorous mode.
Thanks guys 🙌🏽. Was good to get a run out in the best stadium in the world 😀 ⚽️🔴⚪️. Boys said back from Siberia, I said Antarctica 😂😂
— Peter Odemwingie (@OdemwingieP) January 13, 2016
Wednesday’s outing for Odemwingie is sure an important one as the Potters have now climbed to seventh in the Premier League table.
The latest victory recorded by Stoke is their third in four matches and they will be keen to continue the upward movement.
To secure the latest three points, Jonathan Walters, Joselu were both on target while an own goal from the Canneries sealed victory for Mark Hughes’ men.