Liverpool duo Mohamed Sissoko and Boudewijn Zenden could feature in this weekend's Merseyside derby with Everton.
The midfield duo are back in training after long-term injuries.
Sissoko has been out of action since early November with the shoulder injury he picked up in the Carling Cup win over Birmingham, while Zenden has been sidelined with a knee injury he sustained against Manchester City on 29th November.
Tuesday's game at West Ham has come too soon for the pair, but Reds boss Rafa Benitez believes they could figure in Saturday's clash with Everton.
"It is good news for us to have Momo and Bolo back and they are both training well," said Benitez.
"Momo is flying into tackles in training and showing good energy and I will check with the doctor to see how his shoulder is and maybe he can play a part against Everton."