West Ham United goalkeeper Adrian has been passed fit to take on Sunderland this week.
The Spaniard suffered a finger injury in the lead-up to last weekend's 3-0 loss to Arsenal but is available for Saturday's home clash with the struggling Black Cats according to the Hammers' head of medical and sports science, Stijn Vandenbroucke.
"Although Adrian dislocated his finger in the warm-up ahead of the Arsenal game at the weekend, he had it put back in and taped up by physiotherapist Dominic Rogan before the game," Vandenbroucke told the club's official website.
"Adrian played through the pain, which is not to be underestimated, and he too will be available to face Sunderland.
"Adrian avoided a fracture and ligament damage, so he has been receiving treatment by wearing a brace during the night this week to ensure his finger remains pointing in the right direction!
"He was held out of one training session as a precaution but he will be ready to play on Saturday."
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