Rotherham striker Wes Thomas could return to the squad against Bristol City.
Thomas has missed the last two games with a thigh injury but he is now fit and ready. However, given the form of Alex Revell and Kieran Agard, the best he can hope for is a place on the bench.
Mark Bradley has been ruled out for the season following a knee operation but he is boss Steve Evans’ only injury absentee.
The Millers are 14 games unbeaten and, with a play-off place virtually guaranteed, they are still in with a chance of gate-crashing the top two.
Bristol City will have Adam El-Abd available again as they travel to Rotherham.
The defender has completed a three-match ban for a red card in the 2-1 win at Peterborough earlier this month but faces a battle to force his way back into the side after the new-look pairing of Karleigh Osborne and Nyron Nosworthy recorded back-to-back clean sheets.
And Steve Cotterill has a number of players available again as the Robins look to continue their fine form.
Liam Kelly made his first appearance of the season as a substitute in Tuesday’s 5-0 thumping of Port Vale as he continues his rehab from a ruptured cruciate ligament, Cardiff loanee Simon Moore is back in training after a month out with a groin problem and Joe Bryan is expected to shake of his knee injury and declare himself available.