Fulham are boosted by the return of Scott Parker and Philippe Senderos for tomorrow’s crucial clash with West Ham.
Stand-in skipper Parker and centre-back Senderos both missed the 6-0 drubbing at Hull on Saturday, but are back in the squad to face the Hammers.
However, strike duo Dimitar Berbatov (groin) and Adel Taarabt (ankle) both face late fitness tests.
Keeper Maarten Stekelenburg is still sidelined with an ankle problem, so David Stockdale will continue to deputise in goal, while defender Brede Hangeland is also out.
Boss Rene Meulensteen said: "We have a few niggles to look at. Dimitar and Adel are facing fitness tests.
"Dimitar is very important to us. Every week and every game he has a late fitness test and we have been very, very aware with all the games coming close together that there is a risk we could lose him for more games."
Fulham will be looking to bounce back from the hammering at Hull when they take on a West Ham side just a point and a place below them in the drop zone.
Meulensteen added: "You don't lift the players - the players have to lift themselves. I think for every player, it is an embarrassing experience but it has gone.
"You can't live in the past. A defeat is a defeat. If you lose 1-0, you lose three points. You lose 6-0, you lose three points.
"At the end of the day, it is the same thing. The most important thing is that you learn from it, you brush it off and you look forward.
"It is not a trend. The trend over the weeks has been very, very good. The performances have been good and we didn't always get what we deserved out of the games.
"The problem is that we have lost too many easy goals. As I said after the match, I didn't see that coming at all. It is inexplicable and unacceptable that we crumbled in the way that we did."