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Hou's Given A Gabby Boost

Gabby Agbonlahor has returned to training after missing the Baggies clash with a chest infection.

It hasn't been that great a season for Gabby so far with a host of injuries and illnesses keeping him from the action, but hopefully this will be the end of his worries and we can look forward to seeing the best of him for the rest of the season.

Speaking on the Official Site assistant manager Gary McAllister confirmed Gabby was fighting fit again and will be in contention for this weekends trip to Wigan.

'Gabby's back and we're delighted to see him back. He had a session yesterday morning.'

GaryMac also added that Reo-Coker is fully in contention for the weekends game by saying.

'Nigel is back fully into training and he is fighting to get back in the team.'

The news isn't so good for Luke Young who is still under observation, but GaryMac hopes he'll be back in training by Friday at the latest, but whether that is enough to displace the impressive Lichaj we'll see.

'Luke has still got a little problem so we're just monitoring him. He's getting closer now, Thursday/Friday he's looking to be taking part so we're just waiting on the green light from the physios.'

So pretty good news all in injury wise. Another few back ready to help put points on the table, and the remaining long term sicknotes are due back January/February time.

What will Hou do when able to pick from a full squad...secure 3 points more often you'd hope!

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Date:Wednesday December 15 2010

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