Sheffield Wednesday manager Stuart Gray has confirmed a triple injury boost, including former Chelsea and Manchester United trainees.
Sheffield Wednesday have received a significant boost ahead of the weekend's trip to Elland Road.
Manager Stuart Gray confirmed the return to training of Tom Lees, Kieran Lee, and Sam Hutchinson.
Lees has played eight games this season, while Hutchinson and Lee have only made five Championship appearances combined.
Gray told reporters at his press conference: "Lee, Hutchinson, Lees, trained this morning at full intensity, great to it's great to have them back.
"Tom obviously we've missed him last couple of games, and it'll be like two new signings in Sam and Kieran.
"Hopefully they can stay fit and then I've got a headache selection picking the team."
Lees was a summer addition from Leeds United on a free transfer, who Wednesday face this weekend.
Kieran Lee is a former Manchester United trainee and Sam Hutchinson of Chelsea, and all three have impressed when fit this season.
Gray added: "It's a huge plus, you can see in training this morning what quality they have got all three players, it strengthens the team."
He added that Kamil Zayatte is this afternoon having a scan on an injured hamstring.