SAINTS winger Kamaldeen Sulemana is fit for Saturday's game against Huddersfield Town, manager Russell Martin has confirmed. 

The Ghana international has been out since suffering a hamstring injury against Bristol City on Wednesday, November 29.

Kamaldeen has been able to use his time out as an opportunity to see what areas of his game need improving.

Alongside building back his match sharpness, the 21 year old will need to jump ahead of Ryan Fraser and Sam Edozie on the left or Adam Armstrong and David Brooks on the right.

Speaking ahead of facing Huddersfield, Martin pointed out that the winger is aware of the challenge in front of him.

He said: "The bench that we will have tomorrow is so strong. We have Kamaldeen back in the squad now.

"That is brilliant for us because he is a completely different option to anyone else that we have. The players are really pushing each other in a good way.

Daily Echo: Kamaldeen Sulemana has been out since late NovemberKamaldeen Sulemana has been out since late November (Image: Stuart Martin)

"They are competing against each other every day in training. The whole point of putting everyone through the work is to make sure the team doesn't look too different when you make changes.

"It is a really nice problem to have. Kamaldeen is excited by the prospect of being back in the team."

Martin continued: "He has worked so hard and trained like an absolute beast because he knows that is what it will take. 

"Brooksy has come in the building and everyone looks at him and think 'there is more competition.'

"Kamaldeen will have to be patient - there may be a game, or a moment, that suits him. He needs to be ready for that. 

"He came into this team at the start of the run and unfortunately got injured. The players that have come in have taken their chances, now it is up to him to do that."