West Ham United midfielder Jack Wilshere is hoping to return to action with the Hammers before the end of the season.
The former Arsenal player has battled with several injury problems this season and that has limited his appearances in his first season at West Ham United.
Jack Wilshere told Sky Sports that his target is to return to action between now and May when the current season ends.
He has made just five appearances for the Hammers this term having been injured for the better part of the last six months.
Wilshere has been missing in action for the Hammers since he picked up an ankle injury in December.
The England international joined West Ham United as a free agent last summer after his Arsenal contract came to an end.
On his Arsenal exit, Jack Wilshere revealed that he made the decision to leave the club after holding a discussion with Gunners boss Unai Emery who replaced legendary manager Arsene Wenger at the start of the season.
Unai Emery was handed a three-year contract at the club.
Jack Wilshere has been at Arsenal since he was a teenager before he made the decision to leave the club and join the Hammers last summer.