Swansea City midfielder Pablo Hernandez could be included in the squad for tomorrow night's Europa League tie against his former club Valencia.
The Spaniard has only featured for 29 minutes since the beginning of September because of a thigh complaint.
However, he recently returned to training and manager Michael Laudrup confirmed during a press conference earlier today that the 28-year-old is in contention to feature against Los Ches.
"I don't think Pablo is desperate to play against Valencia, I think Pablo is just desperate to play," Laudrup told reporters. "He has been out for many weeks, came back and played half a game and was then out again. Maybe desperate is too strong but he is really excited to come back and play."
The Swans paid their opponents £5.5m for the winger last year.