Tottenham Hotspur boss Ange Postecoglou has a number of players on their way back to be fit for his side in the weeks ahead.
The Australian has enjoyed a great start to life at the north London club, currently unbeaten in fourth place in the Premier League after six matches. Spurs did exit the Carabao Cup with a much-changed team at Fulham but Sunday's performance in the North London Derby has continued the feeling of optimism around the club.
Some players who have been out of action or have been injury scares in recent days are desperate to play their part in the Postecoglou revolution.
Here is the latest on all of Tottenham's injury news:
The 26-year-old midfielder scared everyone when he went down clutching his knee after an awkward moment in the second half of the North London Derby. The initial signs immediately after the injury appeared to be positive for Maddison, who played on for another five minutes or so and was moving fine in the immediate aftermath of the game as he conducted his post-match media duties.
The England international, who has been playing through various knocks in recent weeks, has been kept a close eye on this week but that positivity has so far remained around his chances of continuing his superb form this season when Liverpool come to town on Saturday.
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Another scare from Sunday's derby when he pulled up holding his left leg in the 62nd minute. However, football.london understands it was seen in the immediate aftermath as a tight hamstring rather than a more serious issue for Johnson.
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