Will Atkinson will hope his stoppage-time winner at Bradford earns him a starting place when Port Vale host Oldham on Saturday.
The midfielder came off the bench to replace Scott Burgess in the 73rd minute and struck three minutes into stoppage time, with assistant manager Kevan Smith admitting he “certainly made a contribution”.
Long-term injury victim Emmanuel Oyeleke is the only confirmed absentee, out until January after hamstring surgery.
Veteran striker Tom Pope was also restricted to a bench role for the second game running at Bradford and may come into contention.
Oldham’s Mo Sylla is available after suspension but Tomas Egert serves the final instalment of a three-game ban following his red card in the loss to Mansfield.
Midfielder Mohamed Maouche has missed the last two games with an ankle injury.
Dylan Fage, Johan Branger-Engone and Zak Mills are also recent absentees as injury problems continue to take their toll.
Manager Dino Maamria confirmed academy graduates Reece Gaskell, Lewis McKinney and 15-year-old Zak Emmerson will remain part of his first-team plans after all making their debuts in the last week.