Early news.David Moyes expects Everton to be missing ‘one or two' players against Wolves on Saturday.
But Marouane Fellaini is back from suspension for the Goodison Park clash.
Moyes wouldn't reveal which players were struggling for the game against the West Midlands outfit.
The manager said at his Friday press conference: "I would be lying if I said we didn't have a few injuries. We will be missing one or two tomorrow but hopefully we will be okay.
Moyes was asked for named but replied: "You can push me but I won't give them!"
Phil Jagielka is set to be available as he continues to manage his toe injury via painkilling injections.
Jagielka excelled for England last Saturday and Moyes insisted he had no problems with the defender linking up with his country.
"Jags has had to deal with a toe injury but he has played with it for a week or two," said Moyes.
"It's his training, we don't want to keep injecting the boy to train, and he has taken the odd injection to train just so that he can keep himself match fit.
"In the main he's not trained, he's been swimming, he's been doing the bike, stuff which doesn't affect the toe too much.
"I thought it did do him a lot of favours because I thought he was arguably one of England's best players, up there with Scott Parker and Joleon Lescott.
"I thought Phil Jagielka was terrific his level of concentration, his defending, his recovery defending when required.
"I am happy he did it, he got another cap for Eng and it shows people that there are certain games Phil Jagielka would be equipped to play in."