West Ham have been handed a massive injury boost ahead of weekend’s trip to Burnley, as only one senior team player – James Collins, is unavailable for selection.
There were injury concern fears amongst fans heading into the last international break, but going by the latest revelation of West Ham chairman David Gold, it seems no returning player will be visiting the doctor when training resumes.
In reply to an enquiry demanding to know the latest injury news from the club, DG posted thus on his Twitter account: “Just heard from Gary Lewin that as of today everyone is available for selection with the exception of James Collins and Don Quina. dg”
Just heard from Gary Lewin that as of today everyone is available for selection with the exception of James Collins and Don Quina. dg https://t.co/8EzuOXpulK
— David Gold (@davidgold) October 10, 2017
West Ham boss Slaven Bilic will definitely be left with a selection headache heading into the Burnley clash.
The Turf Moor outfit, as usual, have been hard to beat at home this term, losing just once while drawing and winning one apiece.
Having lost thrice and drawn another one of all their 4 games on the road, the Hammers face an uphill task ahead.
However, considering the squad has now managed to attain full strength, it’s expected that they return to London with at least a point.