PETER Crouch could be included in the Burnley squad who will travel for their final away of the season against Everton tomorrow night.

The big striker had been sidelined with an appendix problem, but has been back in training.

Full back, Phil Bardsley, will also come back in to the thinking after sustaining a nasty gash on his thigh in a training ground incident.

"I think Crouchy will come back into the thinking, he has trained last week and looked good and felt good," said manager Sean Dyche.

"He certainly wants to be involved and it was me who didn't want to involve him (last weekend) and Bardsley will come into the thinking as well.

"He has only had a couple of days training, but it was a cut so no twists or strains.

"Steven is a longer term situation, we looking at him feeling right for next pre-season. Aaron Lennon is doing great, but he certainly won't make it for the Everton game and I think it is unlikely for Arsenal.

"I think he will be fit for Arsenal, but he won't have had a game. He is just about on the cusp of training with us, but he won't have had an action so it is unlikely that we will put him back into action so that we make sure that he is right."