Hammers gaffer Slaven Bilic was upbeat this morning’s press conference, as he was able to confirm that West Ham will have plenty of players to choose from ahead of Saturday’s big game at White Hart Lane.
“Injury wise we are getting better.
From the team against Stoke, we are all fit, plus Winston Reid and Diafra Sakho. A few others are going to be back next week, like Andy Carroll and Arthur Masuaku.
Winston didn’t go to play for New Zealand because he got a small injury against Everton.
James Collins didn’t play for Wales but it was minor as well and he is back in training.”
West Ham’s form this season has been abject, no two ways about it. To say that the jury is still out on the London Stadium move is an understatement. However, a trip to Tottenham could be just what the doctor ordered.
Spurs were telling anyone who would listen how ‘unbeaten in the Premier League’ they are. But the reality is, they appear incapable of scoring in open play.
Harry Kane has returned from injury, but he was so unfit that Gareth Southgate refused to even let him train with England and returned the 23 year-old to N17 a few days before the Spain game.
West Ham’s fortunes may have significantly improved come Saturday evening.