Alan Pardew has confirmed that four Palace players have returned from injury during the international break and are in first-team training ahead of Saturday's game with West Ham United.
During his pre-match press conference, the manager confirmed that all four had recovered following varying lengths of time on the sidelines.
"It's good news for us," he said, when asked about injuries within the squad.
"Delaney, Jedinak, Mutch and Chungy (Lee) are all back. The only ones that aren't are Wickham, Chamakh and Wardy."
Delaney, who has been a rock at the back for the Eagles this season, has been struggling for fitness since the last international interval, along with skipper Jedinak, whilst Mutch and Lee have missed out on more recent fixtures with minor complaints.
Despite the good news, Pardew did confirm that strikers Connor Wickham and Marouane Chamakh were both still recovering, along with right-back Joel Ward. Though he did add that if there are no injuries against the Hammers or Leicester City, then he should have a fully fit squad for selection in the Capital One Cup clash with Manchester City.
Alan Pardew's pre-match press conference is available to watch in full for free HERE.