Everton manager Frank Lampard says Dominic Calvert-Lewin will be assessed ahead of the visit of Newcastle United after resuming light training on Tuesday.
The England striker, who turns 25 today, missed Sunday's clash with Wolves through illness but could make a return when the Blues take on Eddie Howe's side at Goodison Park on Thursday evening (7.45pm GMT).
Jonjoe Kenny serves a one-match suspension after being sent off for two bookable offences against Wolves.
Lampard also confirmed Fabian Delph remains sidelined with a thigh injury, but the midfielder could return following the upcoming international break.
Yerry Mina (quadriceps) and Tom Davies (hamstring), meanwhile, remain longer-term absentees.
Speaking at his pre-match press conference at Finch Farm, Lampard said: "Dominic trained lightly yesterday (Tuesday) on the back of not feeling great, so we'll see how he is again this afternoon and then look at the squad tomorrow.
"With Delph, we're hoping the other side of the international break. With a bit of luck we can integrate him into training within that period.
"Mina is a few weeks away still, at best, so that one is slightly parked. He's working very, very hard, so that's good to see."