Andy Little has tweeted for the first time since suffering the serious head injury that will rule him out of football for the next few months.
The Stirling Albion striker was involved in a training ground accident this week where he was taken to hospital before being diagnosed with a fractured skull.
The news led to well wishes from the whole of Scottish football, including Rangers fans who were sick to see one of their former players suffer the second serious head injury of his career.
League Two side Albion confirmed the news via their official website earlier in the week and it looks like Little will miss the rest of this season as well as a portion of the next one too.
But all he’ll be concentrating on is recovering after what could have been a life-threatening injury.
Little took to Twitter days after the injury to thank all those who wished him well and his tweet suggests it could have been a very different outcome had he not been treated so well:
Scary stuff. Thanks for messages. Too many to read or reply to for now. Very grateful to so many different people that I'm here right now.♥️
— Andy Little (@AndyLittle_7) April 14, 2017
Little only signed for Stirling in February and could have been playing a part in their late push for a promotion place had he not picked up the injury.
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