David Moyes does not expect any fresh injury concerns in his West Ham United squad heading to Manchester City on Sunday.
The Hammers boss made eight changes to his side for Thursday’s UEFA Europa League win at Rapid Vienna and had the luxury of leaving Michael Antonio and Łukasz Fabiański back at Rush Green.
He is delighted with how the whole squad has contributed in Europe and says that is pushing the team on in all competitions.
For Sunday’s trip to Etihad Stadium, he is likely to only be without Angelo Ogbonna, who is starting his rehabilitation on a long-term knee injury.
“We seem okay having come back from Vienna last night,” the boss confirmed. “Obviously we’ll assess things today, train and see how the players come through it. At the moment we think everyone is okay.
“We did manage to rest a few and I hope it helps, but we always wanted to use the whole squad and we have done throughout the tournament so far.
“It’s worked really well and the players who have played have done a great job – the results we’ve had and the performances have been excellent."