Blackburn’s injury problems have eased ahead of their Championship clash with Millwall on Saturday.
Tosin Adarabioyo, who has only made one appearance this season, and Jacob Davenport, who picked up an injury in pre-season, are both back in full training and come into contention.
Dominic Samuel could also make the squad having not played a first-team game for more than a year because of a cruciate knee ligament injury. The forward has been in good goalscoring form for the under-23s.
Fellow striker Ben Brereton is set to be sidelined for six to eight weeks, however, after undergoing a minor operation on his knee.
Millwall boss Neil Harris will decide whether to throw his international players straight back in.
Jayson Molumby, Jon Dadi Bodvarsson and Shane Ferguson were all in action for their respective countries and impressed Harris.
Jason McCarthy, Shaun Hutchinson and Luke Steele are now match fit and pushing for their first Championship starts of the season.
The Lions will, though, be without winger Jiri Skalak, who is still sidelined by a bruised ankle and heel, while Tom Elliott is short of match sharpness.