The Tottenham Hotspur squad wore special Ryan Mason t-shirts ahead of their FA Cup clash with Wycombe Wanderers at White Hart Lane on Saturday.
The 25-year-old was rushed to hospital last weekend after a bad clash of heads with Gary Cahill in the loss to Chelsea at Stamford Bridge saw him stretchered off in real discomfort.
Having been taken to St. Mary’s Hospital, Mason underwent surgery having fractured his skull, but as the days have gone on he has continued to make progress.
While he will continue to be closely monitored, the signs are positive as he continues his recovery and having been in close contact throughout the week, Spurs decided to show their support by wearing the special t-shirts prior to kick-off against Wycombe this weekend.
Mason came through the ranks at White Hart Lane, joining the club’s youth set-up in 1999, and went on to make 53 Premier League appearances for the club before joining Hull last summer.
With so many connections remaining in north London, and beyond with the likes of Gareth Bale taking to social media last week to send his best wishes, it was certainly a nice touch from Spurs, Mauricio Pochettino and the players to come together and show their support for him.