Salford have no fresh concerns to contend with as they look to get back to winning ways against Exeter.
Graham Alexander’s side fell to a 1-0 defeat at Carabao Cup quarter-finalists Colchester last weekend, when Harry Pell’s stoppage-time goal settled the match.
Salford return to action on Saturday looking for a first Sky Bet League Two win since November 2.
Mark Shelton this week moved to Hartlepool on loan until January, joining Jake Beesley, Martin Smith, Tom Walker and Devante Rodney in making a temporary switch.
Exeter’s Jack Sparkes misses the trip to Salford through suspension.
The 19-year-old received a sending-off late in Tuesday’s FA Cup second-round replay loss to Hartlepool for picking up a second booking.
Experienced Craig Woodman is out with a knee injury that could keep him sidelined for six weeks.
Nicky Ajose will travel with the squad to Salford, while Lee Holmes and Lewis Ward are slowly stepping up their rehabilitation from injury.