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By Dominic Toner

West Ham have revealed that Aaron Cresswell, Havard Nordtveit and Jonathan Calleri have all returned to full training.

Manager Slaven Bilic will be boosted by the return of three senior players and they could be in contention to play in the Premier League this Saturday.

West Ham’s Treatment Room feature on their website have revealed that the trio have all participated in full training and this comes as perfect timing as they look to improve on their difficult start.

The Hammers face London rivals Crystal Palace on Saturday and are in desperate need of a positive result.

Slaven BIlic’s side are currently sat in the relegation places and have just four points from their opening seven league games.

The return of defender Cresswell will come as a major boost to Bilic and he could be in contention to make his first appearance of the season.

Cresswell, 26, picked up a knee injury in pre-season and has been a major absence from the West Ham side.

The left-back played a starring role last season and helped the club finish seventh in the league.

The former Ipswich man made 53 appearances in all competitions last season and his return should improve the side’s energy on the pitch.

Nordtveit and Calleri both joined the club in the summer transfer window and have struggled to adjut.

The pair will be hopeful of impressing Bilic in training and forcing their way into the starting XI.

In other West Ham team news, their £18million-rated defender has given an update amid speculation he has agreed a new deal.