West Ham striker Andy Carroll is back in training having not played in almost a month with injury and West Ham boss Slaven Bilic is hopeful his striker will be fit to face Chelsea on Monday according to Daily Mail.
Carroll returned to first-team training on Wednesday and West Ham are hopeful that Carroll can overcome his groin problem to play when Chelsea visit the London Stadium on Monday.
Carroll has been out injured for almost a month. His last appearance for West Ham was against Southampton on February 4.
Bilic hopes to see if Carroll an come through the next few days unscathed, before deciding if Carroll will start for West Ham against Chelsea on Monday.