Dave McAllister and Connor Goldson have been passed fit for Shrewsbury’s home clash against Rotherham while Aaron Wildig also hopes to be okay.
Defender Goldson was forced off late on in last weekend’s 3-2 defeat at MK Dons having suffered a broken nose while McAllister also sustained mild concussion.
Fellow midfielder Wildig, meanwhile, was substituted at half-time at stadium:mk having picked up a thigh injury and will be assessed ahead of the Millers’ visit.
However, Luke Summerfield (thigh), Darren Jones (ankle) and Jermaine Grandison (hip) continue to sit out.
Rotherham could hand a debut to striker Wes Thomas when they visit Shrewsbury.
The 26-year-old joined from Bournemouth until the end of the season and he could replace Haris Vuckic in Steve Evans’ starting XI.
Miles Addison has a bruised foot but will play a full part, but fellow defenders Craig Morgan (foot) and Claude Davis (suspension) will not be involved.
Evans has no other selection issues to contend with as his side look to consolidate their position in the top six.