Erik Lamela is tipped to return for Wednesday’s Carabao Cup tie with West Ham – yearly for the day since his last game – while he buries fears he might never play again.
Tottenham boss Mauricio Pochettino remains “talking every day” along with his Argentina winger to find out when the hip-injuries victim will probably be ready.
Lamela seems sure to sit out Sunday’s Premier League clash in your house to Liverpool – the medial side he was crocked against on October 25 a year ago.
Nevertheless the Mail report Pochettino is meaning the 25-year-old needs to be round the bench for your fourth-round League Cup clash at Wembley 72 hrs later.
Pochettino mentioned of his fellow countryman: “We are speaking each day to uncover that feeling to condition, ‘Now, yes, I am available to compete’.
“It will be a similar situation with Danny (Rose). I am hoping, maybe, they can carry out the bench for West Ham.”
Lamela‘s initial progress along with his injuries had motivated private worries that his whole career reaches doubt.
But Spurs’ best player early last season has transformed his recovery formerly handful of several days.
Pochettino mentioned: “It’s about waiting but he’s thriving in the last day or two while using team and training.
“We have to look out for that click, and say ‘I feel can cope with the competition’.”
Spurs left Lamela using their Champions League squad while he edged to full fitness.