Tottenham are back in Premier League action on Sunday when they face London rivals West Ham United.
And their next order of business will be to correct their poor Premier League form which has seen them drop to ninth in the table following a defeat to Manchester City last time out.
On Sunday, they make the short trip to the London Stadium to take on a West Ham United who are in fine form, suffering just one defeat in their last 10 Premier League games, ascending up to fifth in the table.
Ahead of the game, we have rounded up all the latest Spurs injury news.
Right-back Aurier missed the weekend’s defeat to City and the Europa League win over Wolfsberger.
It was the third game in succession that the Ivory Coast international had been forced to miss, meaning Mourinho will be hoping to have him back available for selection on Sunday.
He should be available for the West Ham clash.
Spanish left-back Reguilon has missed Spurs’ last seven matches with a muscle injury, with his absence having played a key role in Spurs’ recent slump.
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But he is set to recover in the coming days.
“I think Reguilon next week against Wolfsberger home match,” Mourinho said ahead of this one.
Giovani Lo Celso
Lo Celso has not featured since the defeat at home to Leicester City on December 20, and a return does not appear imminent.
The Argentine will remain out and his return is not near, according to the Spurs boss.
Mourinho said: “I don’t know. Not close.”
“Not Gio. No, no, no. Gio is still a few weeks away and of course we need him because he gives us lots of qualities and options and we’ve missed him for a long time.”