U.S. midfielder Stuart Holden is committed to returning to the field after his latest long-term injury setback. (Gregory Bull/AP)
If Stuart Holden has proven one thing during his injury-riddled last few years, it is that he is always game for a comeback.
While in the midst of his latest comeback after tearing his right ACL in the first half of the CONCACAF Gold Cup final in July, Holden gave a video interview to Bolton's official channel, reaffirming his commitment to returning to the field yet again. Just days ago, Bolton manager Dougie Freedman claimed earlier in the week that Holden had "a long way to go" before returning to the field, but the U.S. international midfielder seems unperturbed in his quest to return to fitness and top form.
"I'm not going to give up," Holden said. "Whoever keeps injuring me, or if I keep getting knocked down, I know one thing for sure, that I'll always get up and I'll fight until I'm medically told I can never play football again."
Watch Holden talk about his rehab and comeback below: