By Dominic Toner

Tottenham forward Vincent Janssen could be in contention to return from injury against West Ham.

The Evening Standard report that Spurs will monitor the 22-year-old following his withdrawal from international duty with a head injury.

The Dutchman was forced off the pitch with a concussion in the 1-1 draw against Belgium after he collided with Liverpool’s goalkeeper Simon Mignolet.

He was substituted off after just 25 minutes following an accidental punch from Mignolet in an aerial duel.

It is reported that Janssen could play against West Ham on 19 November if he makes considerable progress.

Janssen has been forced to miss Holland’s important World Cup qualifier against Luxembourg this Sunday.

The striker has made a slow start to his Spurs career after arriving from Dutch side AZ Alkmaar in the summer transfer window.

He has made 17 appearances in all competitions and score three goals, but all of them have come from the penalty spot and he is waiting for his first from open play.

Spurs fans will hope that Janssen can return to the prolific goal scoring form he showed at AZ, when he scored 32 goals in just 49 games.

In other Tottenham team news, Toby Alderweireld is in contention to make his return for crucial fixture.