West Ham forward Michail Antonio could return for the Hammers’ trip to Leicester City on Wednesday night, according to insider ExWHUEmployee.
The 29-year-old has missed the last three league games due to a thigh injury but he may be back in contention to face the Foxes.
There is more good news on the injury front too with Lukasz Fabianski’s thigh problem responding well to treatment, after pulling up in the early stages of the 1-0 defeat to Sheffield United.
Ryan Fredericks is also likely to be back sooner than expected from a hamstring injury. It was initially thought that he would be out until the end of February but it does seem he will now return to action earlier than predicted.
There is, though, some bad news regarding Felipe Anderson. The Brazilian playmaker suffered an abdominal injury in the defeat at Bramall Lane, and he is now only expected to make his comeback in February.