GARRY Monk could have all his key players available at Everton this weekend with Jonjo Shelvey and Nathan Dyer poised to rejoin Swansea City's survival fight.
Shelvey has been sidelined for almost a month amid ongoing hamstring trouble.
And influential right-winger Dyer missed out against West Bromwich Albion last weekend with a heel problem.
But both men are on course to feature at Goodison Park on Saturday after taking a full part in training this week.
Monk should also have the option of starting Pablo Hernandez after he was only deemed fit enough for the bench against West Brom.
And Michu will be a week closer to full fitness having shown no after-effects following his return from a three-month lay-off last time out.
With Michu, Hernandez and Shelvey available, Monk is spoiled for choice when it comes to picking a No. 10 for the Everton clash.
Hernandez is favourite to start behind Wilfried Bony given his impressive form under the new Swansea regime.
And it could be that Shelvey plays in a deeper midfield role, probably alongside Leon Britton.
With Shelvey and Dyer back, only Kyle Bartley (hamstring) is expected to miss out on the Everton trip.
Swansea have never beaten the Toffees, but are desperate for points having slipped up against the Baggies.