Danish national team coach would like to one day see Inter midfielder Christian Eriksen return to the pitch following the 29-year-old’s health scare during the Euros.

Speaking at a ceremony where the Danish national team were awarded German magazine Sport Bild’s Team of the Year award, as reported by FCInterNews, the coach spoke about hoping to see Eriksen play again.

Hjulmand made clear that the most important thing is that Eriksen is able to stay healthy after recovering from a serious health issue during the Euros in the form of a cardiac arrest during Denmark’s group stage opener against Finland in Copenhagen.

However, he also stated that he would like to see the midfielder, who is captain of the national team, back in football.

Eriksen’s situation remains up in the air as health considerations are still hard to determine less than four months after his heart attack, but his return would be inspiring to many including his coach.

“The most important thing is that Christian is okay,” Hjulmand said. “We are all incredibly happy about that. We’ll see what happens.”

He went on, “It would obviously be a dream for Christian to come back. But even if he wanted to do something different, that would be great for us. The only thing that matters is what he wants to do, what is best for him and his family.”

“I will support every decision he and his family make. We are just happy that he is still with us, that we can call him, see him and meet him ,” he concluded.