West Ham United captain Mark Noble has been declared as fit to face Crystal Palace on Tuesday night in a crucial Premier League clash at the London Stadium, as reported by the Hammers' official website.
The 30-year-old has been in excellent form for the Hammers this season, thriving under the guidance of David Moyes at the London Stadium and scoring two goals in his last five Premier League outings.
Noble missed Saturday's dismal FA Cup loss against League One side Wigan Athletic due to a bruised foot he picked up against Bournemouth during the 1-1 draw at the London Stadium - a match which he still saw through until the end.
Now, the Hammers have confirmed that the uncapped Englishman will be available for selection against Roy Hodgson's Palace on Tuesday night in what is a vitally important clash in the bottom half of the Premier League table.
West Ham now sit in a much healthier 11th place in the Premier League table, but they still remain only four points above the drop zone with 18th-placed Southampton currently on 22 points.
The second half of the table is incredible tight, with only six points separating rock bottom Swansea City from tenth-placed Watford, but the Hammers will be confident of increasing that gap on Tuesday night after going five league games without loss.