Manuel Pellegrini and West Ham are likely to receive a major fitness boost heading into the London derby against Tottenham Hotspur in the Premier League.
Reports are suggesting that Andy Carroll, Robert Snodgrass and Javier Hernandez are all expected to be renamed in the squad after recovering from their respective injuries.
Carroll has been sidelined by an ankle problem and the report is saying that he could be deemed fit to participate in the upcoming clash with Spurs.
There had been some worries over Snodgrass, who was forced to report back to the club earlier than expected from international duty but the injury was not deemed to be too severe, which now means he could play a part in this weekend’s affair.
On the other hand, Hernandez has also been working his way back from Glandular fever. The former Manchester United star has been training with the first-team squad and is likely to be involved in some form.
The trio will certainly give Pellegrini a much-needed boost as he prepares for the game against the club’s London rivals.