West Ham have been handed some positive news ahead of their FA Cup quarter-final clash with Manchester United at Old Trafford after it was announced that four of their previously injured players are back fit and available for selection.
The Hammers have been in decent form as of late, despite Slaven Bilic having to mix and match his squad due to the sheer number of absentees.
However, despite some players playing out of position and others having to work hard with no rest, West Ham came through the difficult period and get four of their key men back as they look to finish the season with an FA Cup win and hopefully a place in the Champions League.
Speaking ahead of the game with Louis van Gaal’s side, Bilic confirmed to London24 that Victor Moses, Joey O’Brien and Enner Valencia are all fully fit whilst defender Winston Reid is also likely to be ready to play.
Victor Moses, Enner Valencia and Joey O’Brien are back. Winston Reid is back in training today and is looking good.
The manager also confirmed that defensive duo James Tomkins and James Collins are still unavailable, whilst Sam Byram is cup-tied.