There are no fresh injury concerns for the Tigers ahead of Saturday’s trip to Bristol City.
After giving his players a well-deserved rest following last weekend’s win against Reading, Shota Arveladze says he has a fully fit squad to choose from for the trip to the South West.
“We’ve had some rest,” said Arveladze.
“The good news is we haven’t picked up any injuries from the game (against Reading). We’ve got a full squad (to choose from). There’s a good atmosphere at the training ground after the win.
“These boys love to play football and it’s good to see. We’re going to play the last two games as well as we can.”
One player who will not be making the lengthy trip to Bristol is Randell Williams. Although the wide man has recently returned to training, the 25-year-old still has work to do in order to catch-up with the fitness levels of the rest of the squad.
“He’s fit and has trained with us for about 10 days,” explained Arveladze.
“He will not (be involved against Bristol City). He’s been out for too long.
“We have other options who are more in-form and we can expect more from because they’ve been involved for the last three months in every session.”