West Ham are set to welcome the services of Aaron Cresswell when they take on Tottenham Hotspur in the EFL Cup on Wednesday.
That’s according to ExWHUemployee who claims that the 32-year-old is back to full fitness and ready to start again.
The Englishman last played for the Hammers in November and has been ruled out through injury since then.
Speaking on the West Ham Way podcast, Ex said, “Aaron Cresswell should be available for Spurs as well. He’s fit and ready for a start.”
David Moyes has relied heavily on Cresswell since his time at the club, and has suffered in his absence.
While Ben Johnson and Arthur Masuaku have done relatively well in that role, none of them are quite as good as the 32-year-old.
Cresswell, who has been labelled as “brilliant” by Tony Cascarino, has seldom let the manager down and this is a special game for him to make his return.
Nothing beats getting one over Spurs and it will be all the more special, given West Ham’s cup run.
They’ve already trumped Manchester United and City and would love making another big six club their victim en route to Wembley.
The Hammers are due a major trophy for a long time and Moyes is certainly going to prioritise this one.
In other West Ham news, the club have made an approach to sign a ‘Terrific’ international ace and a January move is on the cards
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