West Ham have been handed a positive injury update after reports suggested that Spanish playmaker Pablo Fornals should be fit and available to take on Arsenal over the weekend.
In a further boost, news that Darren Randolph, Andriy Yarmolenko and Angelo Ogbonna are expected to return after the international break is also attached on into the report – offering David Moyes an injury boost on a plethora of fronts.
The news on all four men comes after separate expectations that Congolese left-back Arthur Masuaku is expected to be on the verge of a first-team return for West Ham.
Claret & Hugh name an April 3rd Wolves clash as the most likely date for Masuaku’s return.
The 25-year-old Fornals has 5 direct goal involvements in 24 Premier League outings for the Irons, featuring in 79% of league starting line-ups, as per Transfermakt.
Those statistics virtually speak for themselves; Fornals cannot be discounted as a robust creative outlet in David Moyes’ thinking, and so his return could ease the burden from the likes of Said Benrahma and Jesse Lingard.