Walsall winger Matt Jarvis could return after an ankle injury for the Sky Bet League One match against Barnsley.
The 32-year-old has been absent since the goalless draw with Burton at the start of the month but is in contention to rejoin the squad.
Manager Dean Keates has to assess a couple of players who are carrying slight knocks but is hopeful of having a fully-fit squad.
Keates is also hopeful 21-year-old defender Kory Roberts could yet play before the end of the campaign as he has begun outdoor running as part of his rehabilitation from a broken leg suffered in pre-season.
Barnsley manager Daniel Stendel will be without Adam Davies, Ryan Hedges and Kenny Dougall at the Bescot Stadium.
Goalkeeper Davies and winger Hedges are on international duty with Wales, while midfielder Dougall suffered a broken leg in last Friday’s draw at Doncaster.
Midfielder Cameron McGeehan and winger Jacob Brown return to contention for the promotion-chasing Tykes after completing three-match suspensions.
Defender Dani Pinillos could be passed fit following an eye problem, but leading goalscorer Kieffer Moore remains unavailable for the rest of the season due to a head injury.