Fulham striker Bobby Zamora is set to make a shock return to the Fulham squad this weekend - boosting his World Cup prospects and chances of an £8million switch to Upton Park.
England hopeful Zamora, 29, was ruled out for at least a month when he injured his shoulder at Stoke on January 5.
The in-form uncapped forward was diagnosed with a dislocated collarbone following the televised defeat.
But Zamora's injury did not require surgery and he hopes to be on the bench this weekend when Fulham visit Accrington Stanley in the FA Cup.
And he expects to definitely be back for Fulham's next top-flight game against his old club Spurs on Tuesday.
Zamora has scored 11 goals this term to prompt claims the Barking-born star could gatecrash England's World Cup squad.