MICHAEL Duff is pleased Robbie Cundy and Brad Collins are nearing a return to fitness and knows that will leave him with selection headaches.
Defender Cundy returned to training this week after being out for two months with a knee problem.
Head coach Duff said: “We might need to get him some minutes in a 21s game.
“We just want him to get through a couple of weeks of training.
“But he will be ready when we need him.
“It will take a lot to dislodge the back three but there might be injuries and suspensions.
“Robbie is a good member of the squad – a nice lad always with a smile on his face.”
Goalkeeper Collins is still out with a quad injury, and expected to miss at least the next two weeks, with loanee Harry Isted impressing in his absence.
“Harry has been excellent, like Brad has been historically over years.
“Brad hasn’t become a worse goalkeeper in his time out.
“When there is a decision to make, it will be a tough one.”