Chris Perry and Sergei Rebrov have been declared fit to face West Ham in Sunday's massive FA Cup quarter-final at West Ham after calf and knee injuries respectively.
But key midfielder Tim Sherwood is struggling with a groin injury he sustained at Derby County last weekend.
Boss George revealed: "Perry is fit again, Rebrov is fit again but Tim Sherwood is doubtful. He picked up a groin injury last weekend and has not trained all week. He is doubtful and we'll know for sure on Saturday."
Steffen Iversen has stepped up his fitness with 90 minutes for the reserves on Tuesday but Stephen Carr (hernia operation), Ben Thatcher, Maurico Taricco (groin), Chris Armstrong (abductor) and Oyvind Leonhardsen (chipped bone in ankle) are all still out.
Better news saw Leonhardsen return to Spurs Lodge this week with his plaster removed and Armstrong start to step up his rehabilitation from his long-standing groin problem.
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George Graham's good news on the injury front has, again, been tempered by another problem.