Goalkeeper Grant Smith could be available for Yeovil Town‘s trip to Barnet this week having sat out the last three games through injury.
Caretaker manager Charlie Lee said the keeper had impressed in training this week and would be in contention for the match in North London.
On loan West Brom keeper Ted Cann has been between the post for the past three games – all of which have ended in wins for the Glovers.
Speaking on Friday ahead of the match, Lee said: “Grant is looking good, we will see how he is today, it’s good to have him firing. He’s nearly fully fit.”
Striker Adi Yussuf is back at the club having been missing for the past fortnight on international duty with Tanzania and the boss said he would be assessed in training today.
Central defender Max Hunt has had a slight set back as he makes his way back from an ankle injury which has kept him out since the end of January.
Charlie said: “Hunty has done well, he’s having a little problem with his quad. He’s not too far away, but not for tomorrow.”
The game will be Lee’s first in the hot seat following the departure of Darren Sarll to join National League rivals, Woking, but he has done his homework on Barnet, who Yeovil beat 1-0 in the reverse fixture in December.
Of the opponents, he said: “We have looked in to Barnet and we know they have good players. They have had an up and down season similar to us, but we have to do what we have been doing lately.
“We know what we are good at and we have to do that.“