LEE FOWLER will make a flying return trip from south-west Asia later this week to be available for Town's home derby with Hull on Sunday.
The 21-year-old substitute marked his first appearance of the season by helping lift Town to 15th in the Coca-Cola League I table with Saturday's 2-1 Galpharm victory against Peterborough.
He seemed certain to start at Doncaster today, too, because of the knee injury which forced off Tony Carss between strikes from John McAliskey and Jon Worthington.
Fowler tonight links up with the Wales Under 21 squad which travels to Azerbaijan for a European Championship qualifier on Friday.
He will return from Baku - capital of the state which lies between Iran and Russia on the Caspian Sea - to Heathrow immediately and will be back to train with Town on Saturday ready for the visit of Peter Taylor's third-placed side.
"Playing with Wales in Latvia really got me back to full fitness after a few niggles and I'm looking forward to this trip, especially after our win and getting an hour under my belt," said Fowler.
"The lads who went to Azerbaijan last year said they weren't allowed to leave the hotel and there was 24-hour security from police, so it should be interesting!
"The great thing is that I don't miss any matches for Town, because now I've got the shirt I want to keep it."
Fowler, who missed the home clash with Hartlepool for international duty, played 58 minutes in Town's first home win, which also ended a 375-minute goal drought.
Carss and striker Andy Booth (groin), who failed a fitness test and was replaced by McAliskey, remained under treatment yesterday.
Fowler said: "It's been very frustrating to be out and when I went to see the gaffer he told me a chance would come. Now it has, I want to stay in the side and help us climb the table."