West Ham manager David Moyes will have a larger squad at his disposal when the Premier League return, confirming that previously-injured trio Ryan Fredericks, Andriy Yarmolenko and Jack Wilshere in full training. Without naming names, Moyes confirmed that there have been a couple of minor issues, although he remains hopeful that he’ll have a full squad at his disposal for their return to action at home to Wolves on Saturday, June 20.
David Moyes said “We’ve done everything we can to get them in a good condition and I think they’re ready to play. We need some practice, but overall, I think we’re in a good position at this moment in time, It’s allowed us to get some injured players back in as well. We’ve got Ryan Fredericks and Andriy Yarmolenko back, who were missing, and Jack Wilshere is back in full training. It’ll be the same for most clubs, but most clubs will also pick up some injuries when you’re training during pre-season. We’re in a sort of pre-season type feel and mode, and we’ve had a couple of small injuries, but hopefully we’ll all be okay for the restart.”
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