'It's nothing major' West Ham boss unfazed by key man injury

PUBLISHED: 11:00 01 October 2015 | UPDATED: 11:41 01 October 2015

Winston Reid and Adrian celebrate West Ham's win at Manchester City (pic:

Winston Reid and Adrian celebrate West Ham's win at Manchester City (pic:


West Ham boss Slaven Bilic hopes to have Winston Reid and Andy Carroll in his squad to face Sunderland on Saturday.

Reid has a hip injury and Carroll is nursing his knee but both missed training this week.

Angelo Ogbonna is out, along with Enner Valencia and Alex Song.

Reid is a big concern for Bilic but the Hammers chief hopes he won’t be out for long.

“The picture will be clearer after training today,” Bilic said.

“Ogbonna is definitely out, there is chance with Carroll. Andy will train with the fitness coach today and then see if he can come with the squad tomorrow.

“Reid is doubtful as he feels something in his hip or back area. But nothing major, he just missed training yesterday.

“Small things but they can add up.”

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