LA Galaxy superstar Robbie Keane has vowed to make the MLS play-offs and Ireland’s Euro 2012 showdown with Estonia in Tallinn next month.
The Ireland captain is back in Los Angeles and undergoing intensive treatment on his thigh adductor muscle injury.
Keane flew back to LA via Chicago on Wednesday and immediately began his comeback bid after missing the Ireland win over Armenia.
“I am looking to be back for Ireland for the Euro play-off and back for the Galaxy in time for the MLS play-offs,” said Keane.
“There are massive games coming up for both my club and my country and I want to be involved in them as soon as possible.
“It was frustrating to watch from the bench on Tuesday night and I can’t wait to get back to be honest. I am hopeful for both games.”
Now settled into life in America after his move from Spurs, Keane intends to move into a new house with wife Claudine and son Robert Jr in the near future.
“We’re very happy there and we are all enjoying it in LA,” added the Dubliner.
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