It's just one sentence -- now underscored by a social media post -- but it could mean everything to Atlanta United fans awaiting Miguel Almiron's return from a hamstring injury that has sidelined him for the Five Stripes' last four matches.
"It's probable that him, as well as Chris McCann, will be back for the next game," manager Gerardo "Tata" Martino said after Sunday's scoreless away draw to the New York Red Bulls.
Almiron himself added fuel to fans' hopes with an Instagram post on Monday, proclaiming himself ready for Sunday's match at home against Supporters' Shield winners Toronto FC as part of Decision Day presented by AT&T (4 pm ET; MLS LIVE).
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The post includes a postscript in Spanish, translated as "God's timing is perfect." Almiron likely won't get any argument from the home fans on that one.