England captain Jordan Nobbs leaves the World Cup after surgery for a cruciate knee ligament injury
- On Monday the Nobel of Arsenal had an operation for the injury to his left knee
- At the beginning of the week he published a thumbnail image raised from his hospital bed
- England boss Phil Neville said: "the priority is to get back into shape"
Jack Bezants for MailOnline
England captain Jordan Nobbs emerged from the Women's World Cup in June after undergoing surgery for a cruciate knee ligament injury.
Arsenal midfielder had surgery on his left knee on Monday, with the amount of damage revealed by AF on Friday.
"We all want a speedy recovery in Jordan and we will support it at every stage of the rehabilitation process," said England manager Phil Neville.
England captain Jordan Nobbs has emerged from the World Cup after knee surgery
"He is an invaluable member of the Leonesses' team and has played a huge part in helping us conquer our place at the final round of the next World Cup in France.
"Of course we are disappointed that a player of Jordan's ability and importance will not be able to take part in the World Cup, but the priority is to get back into shape and look forward to so many years to come. playing for his club and nation. & # 39;
The 25-year-old Nobbs shared an Instagram post from his hospital bed saying, "Let's get back on the road to recovery.
The 25-year-old Nobbs helped England to qualify for the World Cup with an undefeated record
Everyone was indescribable. Hard times but I can not thank you enough for the support. "
The Women's World Cup takes place in France from 7 June to 7 July with the draw for the tournament to be held Saturday in Paris.
England qualified for the tournament with an undefeated record.