West Bromwich Albion manager Bryan Robson is still not sure how much of a midfield reshufflehe will have to consider for Sunday's trip to Bolton Wanderers.
Zoltan Gera is still considered a major doubt with the groin injury that forced him to miss not only Hungary's final two World Cup qualifying matches but also last week's memorable 2-1 win over Arsenal.
Gera, who scored in both games for Albion against Bolton last season, has yet to return to full training.
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On the plus side, Robson has Kanu, one of Albion's goalscoring heroes last weekend, available to him again following a hamstring concern.
Kanu's first Premiership goal in a year ought to be enough to earn him his first back-to-back starts since January.
But Robson has a real dilemma as to whether to select Albion's other scorer, Darren Carter, whose stunning match-winning volley was good enough to appear on any 'Best Baggies goals' video compilation.
Carter is hopeful, having taken his chance to impress, coming off the bench in some style to replace midfield general Ronnie Wallwork, who was on the wrong end from some vocal abuse from the fans.
But Robson has this week publicly backed Wallwork. And the best option of Carter being allowed only his second Albion start would be if Gera fails to make it.
Robson might then revert to a four-man midfield, with the adaptable Steve Watson alongside Wallwork in the middle and Carter on the opposite flank to Jonathan Greening.
Watson too hopes to retain his place in the Albion engine room.
"I enjoy playing in central midfield," said the 31-year-old utility man. "My natural reaction is to try and get forward while Ronnie Wallwork's is to protect the back four so we do complement each other well.
"I was fit for the Blackburn game but Martin Albrechtsen played so well and kept his place at right-back."
Watson is insistent that the success of Albion's season now depends on how they build on last Saturday's win against a Bolton side who last night faced a long flight back from Istanbul following their Uefa Cup tie with Besiktas.
"To break our run against Arsenal after going a goal down was tremendous," said Watson. "It showed the spirit we've got in this team.
"But we've got to get ourselves into the situation where we can do that every week and have the belief that we can win every game.
"Regardless of who it was against, we needed a win to lift the lads and give us the belief.
"The main thing was getting that winning feeling back. We now need to make winning a habit rather than the exception and this has to be used as a kick-start to a good run for us."