Nathaniel Chalobah and William Troost-Ekong should be able to play this weekend against Luton Town, according to head coach Xisco Munoz.

Both players were substituted in the 2-0 win over Reading after receiving treatment during the match.

However the boss said after the match that neither were big problems for his team.

"Chalo is a big man," said Munoz. "He had different problems about the injury but today when he was with us, he gave a very good performance and this is a plus.

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"I think it's not a big problem and I'm sure he will have a full recovery for the next game."

Asked about Troost-Ekong, who was taken off in the second half with muscle cramp, the head coach added: "He was a little tired and he stopped in a good time."

The win moves his side 12 points clear of the chasing pack and a step closer to promotion back to the Premier League.

After scoring twice early on in the match, Munoz was pleased with the way his players saw the game out and said they had put in a "mature" performance.

"Sometimes when we speak about the maturity of the team I think the team was more better today, it was a mature situation," he said. "It's three points more and we can enjoy for 30 minutes and after 30 minutes we are working for, for the next game."