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be raring to go

To be eager and ready to take action. Are you ready yet? The rest of us are raring to go! After taking a break from my research over the weekend, I was raring to go on Monday morning.
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"I have had a thigh problem for three weeks, but playing in Hereford last week proved my fitness and I am raring to go," enthused Thompson.
"I have worked hard and been to the training ground pretty much every day over the summer because I want to make sure I'm right, and I am raring to go now.
I am raring to go if selected and let's see what will happen.
"I have scored a decent amount of goals and I am raring to go.
He added: "I felt a bit leggy towards the end of the half but overall I feel good and I am raring to go again on Friday against Watford.
Fusaro, who has four Scotland caps, said: "I've managed to stay relatively injury free and am raring to go for the new season.
Now I look forward to work and I am raring to go. Even though it is hard work, I enjoy every second of it.
"I am as prepared as I possibly can be, the 10-day camp in Tenerife which I've just come back from could not have gone better and now I am raring to go.
"I've missed playing football over these last three months, so I am raring to go for that reason, and also of course to get back and help the team.
"I just love it all," grins Hamilton, relaxed and ready for the duel," and I am raring to go. Monza, last time out, didn't go to plan.
That fight has me in good stead and I am raring to go."
"I had plenty of options and I definitely chose the best one for me, it's a new chapter and I am raring to go.
It feels good to be assured of at least a silver medal but I am raring to go full tilt in the final," said Ghosal.
When asked if he was fit and ready for the game, Morrell joked: "I wouldn't say I'm fit but I am raring to go. I've not played for a while and I've only trained when numbers have needed it."
"I am raring to go," he said after his practice yesterday.