JASON Tindall was happy with the work put in by key trio Lloyd Kelly, Joshua King and David Brooks – hinting “at least a couple” could return for tomorrow’s trip to Watford.

Kelly has spent a month on the sidelines after coming off with a hamstring injury against Manchester City in the Carabao Cup.

Brooks picked up a knock while representing Wales on international duty, while Tindall revealed Joshua King has been nursing a dead leg.

Speaking about the trio, the Cherries boss said: “Those guys have had a really good week’s training now.

“I’m expecting at least a couple of them to be involved in the squad for this weekend.

“Again, we’ll assess everybody to see where we are as a squad and as a group physically and injury-wise and then the decision will be made.

“But I’m certainly pleased with the week that they’ve had training. I think it’s done them the world of good.”