Tim Flowers is looking forward to potentially being able to welcome Michael Petrasso back into the fold for tomorrow's crucial National League fixture with Altrincham. Find an update on a selection of players below
TF: "Petrasso has been training fully for about 10 days, so he is certainly right back in the equation. It has been to good to have him back amongst the group."
TF "Xander has had a slight problem and has had a slight setback on his recovery, the important thing is that it is nothing major at this stage. He certainly won't be knocking around for tomorrow.
"Tyrone has been doing a lot of running, he has done a lot of running with GA. He has been doing a lot of physcial work and joined in with us on the grass yesterday. We did some defensive work with Gary Whild and some possession drills, Tyrone joined in with that. He then went away again, he is filtering back in but isn't ready just yet."
"He's making real strides now. He has been working very hard in the gym, albeit he hasn't made it back out onto the grass again just yet. He has been doing a lot of strengthening and fitness work inside, there is light at the end of the tunnel for him which is good."
"JJ is right in with the group and is in full training. He is looking very sharp out there and he is a terrific athlete. He has a good pace and strength, so now he has to get that out of his locker on a weekly basis. I have faced up against him when he was at Bromley and he was a real handful, he will be a major asset if he can find that form."
"Eliot was back in the building this week, it's the first time I have been able to meet him. We're now supporting him ahead of his next operation and we'll do everything we can to take care of him and help him back to fitness."
Wes had an operation on his ACL on Tuesday and he will now begin his rehabilitation work with the Club. He will shortly return to The Hive to work with the medical team in the early stages of his recovery.
As the boss eluded to in his previous interview, Josh has spent this week at St George's Park rehabilitating from his injury which he aggravated in our defeat to Boreham Wood. Our number 22 remains sidelined.
Myles Judd and Ben Fox remain suspended for tomorrow's fixture with the Robins.