SIMON GRAYSON is happy with his frontline options as he plots victory at Stevenage without 30-goal hot-shot Jordan Rhodes.
While the ace Town marksman hopes to beat a dead leg injury in time to play for Scotland Under 21s against Holland in Paisley tomorrow manager Grayson is ready to select two from Alan Lee, Lee Novak, Danny Cadamarteri and Kallum Higginbotham as his fourth-placed team go for goals in tonight’s key League I meeting in Hertfordshire.
Grayson says all four have caught his eye, either in training or during Saturday’s 2-0 home win over Exeter.
“I have options and that’s always a good position to be in,” said Grayson.
Stevenage, in seventh, are desperate to re-ignite their own promotion bid after losing both games since holding Spurs goalless in the fifth round of the FA Cup at Broadhall Way.
“They produced a very good performance against Tottenham and have done very well to be where they are after coming up from League II last season,” said Grayson.
“It will be tough, but we go there in a positive frame of mind.”