Jose Mourinho provides huge Tottenham injury update ahead of Project Restart
Spurs were struggling with injuries prior to the breakby Lee Wilmot
The three-month break to the Premier League schedule could actually work in Tottenham's favour.
Project Restart is edging ever closer, with Prmier League clubs set to vote on a return to close-contact group training on Wednesday.
Spurs have been back at their Enfield training ground in the last week, but only in small groups as social distancing measures are maintained, and supporters have been able to get a glimpse of a number of previously injured stars back on the grass - namely Harry Kane and Son Heung-min.
Kne picked up a hamstring injury during the New Year's Day defeat to Southampton, while Moussa Sissoko was also injured during that clash, with both feared to miss the rest of the campaign.
However, both have recovered, as have Son and Steve Bergwijn, giving Jose Mourinho a pleasant lift for when football does resume.
Speaking to The Football Show on Sky Sports, Mourinho confirmed all four were fit.
He said: "I cannot say in this moment they are ready to play because one thing is to recover from an injury and another thing is to recover to play football. In Harry's case it's five months since he played a football match, but all of them are not injured any more.
"Harry Kane, Son, Bergwijn, Sissoko, all of them are fine.
"With a couple of weeks of normal training when the authorities tell us we can train normally, the boys will be ready to play, of course not in the maximum of their potential, nobody can do that, but they will be ready to go.
"Everybody's fit now."