Andre Gray and Christian Kabasele have both returned to training this week, but neither will feature against Crystal Palace. 

Speaking on Thursday ahead of the Premier League game at Selhurst Park, head coach Javi Gracia described their return as good news for his squad, but said Saturday's match would come a little too soon.

He said: "We have good news now, only in this moment Sebastian Prodl is injured. The rest of the players are training with the team.

"Two of them, Kabasele and Andre Gray, today it was their first training session with the team, they played only a little part.

"I think it's a little bit soon to play for them in one or two days, but we will see in the next days.

"In this moment we have more options it will be better if they keep training and we will see."

Also proving themselves as viable options in the FA Cup game against Woking were Ben Wilmot and Adalberto Penaranda, who impressed the head coach with their performances. 

However, Gracia said he might not be able to offer them much more game time just yet.

He said: "The most important thing is both are ready and Ben Wilmot in the last game played as a centre back, but in another moment, like in the Carabo cup, as a midfielder.

"We have a good player, a young player but a good player, waiting for his chance to play, but hes ready.

"In his position there are many players ready as well and it's not easy to have the moment to play.

"I don't have more time to play him.

"Penaranda, it was his first game he showed he is ready as well, but he's the same, in his position there are many players and now Andre Gray is back so we will see.

"We will try to do the best to make the best choice for the next games and try to not make mistakes."