Moyes in an interview with the club’s official website said: “We hope that Victor could be back and maybe Catts”.
“I think Catts could get some training in but the one we’re really looking to see if we can get back is Victor.
Sunderland Head coach, David Moyes has revealed he wishes star striker Victor Anichebe comes back from his long injury and help Sunderland in it’s relegation battle.
Sunderland face Watford at Vicarage Road after the FIFA international break, and Anichebe scored three goals in 11 games before his injury was a critical part in his club’s build up play but had an injury that has sidelined him for the last three months.
Moyes speaking on a possible Anichebe return said to full match fitness said;
“There are no guarantees but I know Victor’s doing a bit more running and hopefully getting closer.
“My bigger worry is how can they get a level of match fitness to make a difference and help us in such a short time.
“I have to hope that we can get them back and give ourselves another dimension, even if it’s getting them back off the bench late on.
“I’ll probably play one [a friendly] this week because we have three games in a week coming up and we’ll need the squad of players we’ve got.”