Norwich City head coach Daniel Farke delivered some promising injury news in his pre-Luton press conference on Tuesday.
Max Aarons had been forced off the pitch during Saturday’s 0-0 draw with Coventry City, but will be fine to start against Luton.
Tim Krul’s recovery is going well, and he won’t be out for any longer than the expected three weeks from his injury, according to Farke.
On Teemu Pukki, Farke said that the forward won’t be fit for Luton but will be in contention to face Sheffield Wednesday on Saturday.
“For the long term, some good news,” Farke said. “Kenny McLean could have been out for four or five months but that's not the case. He could be back around Christmas.
“Good news with Kieran Dowell. It looks like we can bring him back to training at the end of this week.
“We won't travel to Luton with much of a different squad, but Emi Buendia comes back after his suspension.
"We expect Todd Cantwell to be back in about two weeks, he's making good progress in rehab."
Unfortunately, Lukas Rupp won't be available for the next two weeks, while Xavi Quintilla continues his recovery at Villareal. There were no updates to provide on Jordan Hugill.