Shota Arveladze has addressed the media ahead of the Good Friday visit of Cardiff City, revealing that there are no fresh injury concerns ahead of the game.
The Tigers will be looking to build on their impressive win away against Middlesbrough when they host the Bluebirds at the MKM Stadium.
During his pre-match press conference, Arveladze began by providing an update on Randell Williams, who is the only remaining long-term absentee.
“Only Randell is still training apart (from the group).
“The rest of the players are fine - they’re all available.”
Arveladze continued by discussing the performance of Allahyar Sayyadmanesh at the Riverside Stadium, after he was named in the starting line-up for the first time since joining on loan until the end of the season from Fenerbahce.
“I’m not someone who likes to change (the team) a lot,” explained Arveladze.
“It was not the best time to bring him in away against Middlesbrough, but I think he did well. He stayed in the game - it was the first time he’s started.
“He looked good to me. It was a chance for me to put him in (the starting line-up) and he did well. I was satisfied (with his performance).”