Two players are fit for West Ham United's visit of Huddersfield.
West Ham go into the clash on the back of three successive Premier League defeats and another will undoubtedly pile the pressure on under-fire manager Slaven Bilic.
However, the Croat, who joined the club in 2015, has the luxury of having two big players fit and raring to go.
Carroll has not kicked a ball for the Irons this season, while Reid, who spent most of the summer out injured, suffered a calf problem in the warm-up for their 3-2 defeat at Southampton last month
However, West Ham co-chairman Gold has revealed on Twitter that Bilic has both players at his disposal.
Andy Carroll and Winston Reid return from injury and are available to face Huddersfield Town. dg pic.twitter.com/qLLFlVoSco— David Gold (@davidgold) September 8, 2017
Carroll isn't West Ham's best striker - that nod arguably goes to Javier Hernandez, a £16 million summer signing from Bayer Leverkusen - but crucially the big forward represents another option if the Mexico international struggles against Huddersfield.
Meanwhile, having a centre-half of Reid's calibre is a huge boost for a team who have shipped 10 Premier League goals in three games.