Owen Coyle is hoping Fabrice Muamba will be fit enough to make an emotional return to the Reebok Stadium on Wednesday.
The Bolton midfielder suffered a cardiac arrest during an FA Cup tie at White Hart Lane on 17th March, but has made remarkable progress in his recovery.
He was discharged from hospital a fortnight ago and is being tipped to make a sensational return to competitive action.
No-one at Bolton will be rushing him back, but they are hoping that he will be in and around their first-team fold in the near future.
Coyle admits it would be a special occasion were he to make their midweek home date with Tottenham, with a public showing against the side he suffered a dramatic collapse against likely to offer the Trotters a timely boost in their Premier League survival bid.
"If Fabrice is able to come along it would be fantastic," he said.
"It gives everyone an opportunity to see how well he is doing and how far he has come. The fact that it is Tottenham, who were involved, means he will have the chance to thank all of the fans and players. Every one of them were concerned for Fabrice."
Coyle added: "We have to see what is best for everybody, but primarily Fabrice. He and his partner Shauna will decide if he is well enough.
"Our players speak to Fabrice and touch base with him.
"They know he is doing very well and is recovering at a great pace. It's the news we all crave for and wanted. But we have got our own jobs to do too."