Rafa van der Vaart is available to face AC Milan in the Champions League tomorrow night.
However, Harry Redknapp reported that Gareth Bale was 'touch and go' to start the last 16, second leg at the Lane.
Dutch maestro Rafa, 12 goals in 24 appearances this season, played an hour of our 1-0 first leg win in the San Siro on February 15 but a calf problem has ruled him out of our last two matches at Blackpool and Wolves.
"Rafa's okay," said Harry. "He trained this morning and yesterday, and worked particularly hard yesterday. He came through with no problems and he's available."
Gareth returned to action with a 20-minute stint off the bench in Sunday's draw at Wolves.
That was the Welsh flyer's first action since departing early at Newcastle with a back problem that subsequently kept him out for six weeks.
"Gareth trained this morning, his back is fine but he still felt a bit stiff in the the legs," said Harry.
"We will wait until tomorrow to see how he is. It's touch and go as to whether or not he's fit enough to start the game.
"I would love to start him and if he's fit, he's a fantastic player for us. If he's not quite right, I won't take a chance with him.
"I'm sure he's desperate to play but he won't play if he doesn't feel quite 100 per cent. It's his decision as to whether or not he feels ready. We'll have to wait and see."
Vedran 'Charlie' Corluka is also available after recovering from an ankle injury sustained in the first leg.
"Charlie is fit," added Harry. "He's fine. He's worked hard in training for the last week or two and he's available.
"I've now got to make a decision between him and Alan Hutton. We'll look at that one tomorrow.
"Charlie has worked hard with the physio and fitness coaches, he's made a good recovery and wants to play. Everyone wants to play in this game."
Ledley King (groin), Tom Huddlestone (ankle), Jonathan Woodgate (groin) and Younes Kaboul (knee) remain out.
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