BOSS Peter Jackson confirmed today that Andy Holdsworth will be handed a licence to thrill as Town bid to stoke up their League I promotion surge.
The 21-year-old right-back has returned to top form and is aiming for a third successive man-of-the-match award at Yeovil on Saturday.
Holdsworth is also keen to add to his career tally of goals at Huish Park, having netted twice in the last three matches.
"Andy is a terrific young player who is in outstanding form at the moment," said Jackson, who had Martin McIntosh, Adnan Ahmed and Lee Fowler back in full training today.
"Andy is probably our most consistent player this season, I thought he took his goal extremely well against Welling (in the FA Cup) and I want him to attack more.
"There's no reason why he shouldn't be among the scorers more often, because he's well capable of doing it.
"He's a brave defender, he's good in the air for someone who isn't the biggest and his crossing is very good.
"Most importantly of all, however, he's got a fantastic attitude to work, both in matches and in training, and he likes everything to be just right.
"Andy's a joy to work with and he can have a very big part to play in what we want to achieve this season."
Town will keep a check on midfielder Chris Brandon over the next 48 hours.
He has had intensive ice treatment to the knee injury which forced him off in the FA Cup victory.
"It's too early to say just how Chris's injury will settle down," added Jackson.
"He took a whack to the side of the knee which was painful, so we'll have to see how he responds.
"I'm not ruling him out against Yeovil just yet. We'll give him a bit more time."
Jackson described the return of his injured trio as "great news" but warned they face further hard work to win back first-team places.
"It's been a particularly frustrating season for Tosh and Adnan and they'll be delighted to be back," said Jackson, who will watch tonight's FA Youth Cup tie against Burscough at the Galpharm Stadium (7.00).
"We've got friendlies fixed up at Silsden next Tuesday and AFC Emley the following week and we'll see how they come through those."
Meanwhile, Town's League I rivals Swindon are the latest club to sign up for the Copa de Ibiza pre-season tournament next July.
Town are the first club ever to be invited back and fans can book to watch them with Playhard Sports.