Harry Redknapp insists he'll field the strongest team possible in Sunday's FA Cup fourth round tie at Fulham.
Benoit Assou-Ekotto, Roman Pavlyuchenko and Heurelho Gomes all come back into the frame after missing last weekend's draw at Newcastle.
The manager was keen to rest players for the third round clash against Charlton at the Lane in January and made nine changes to the team that stepped out at Everton four days earlier.
But that looks unlikely to happen again. "We want to go there and get a result," he said.
"I will field my best available team. Andros Townsend played in the last round but he's now on loan at Watford.
"It's a big game. We want to get through and we'll give it our best shot."
Harry is preparing to meet an improving Fulham side who were four unbeaten before an unfortunate 1-0 loss against Liverpool at Anfield on Wednesday night.
That run included a 6-2 hammering of Peterborough United in round three of the FA Cup.
Harry added: "Fulham are playing well and they were unlucky to lose at Liverpool, they deserved something from that game.
"It will be tough on Sunday. We were a little fortunate to take six points off them this season, to be honest. We had two very tight games and came out in top in both of them, but both were close.
"I've never had an easy game yet at Craven Cottage and Mark (Hughes) has got them playing well."