FANS' favourite Andy Booth is in line for an immediate League I recall with Town.
The 32-year-old striker - out for four matches suffering a groin injury - confirmed his return to fitness in a 45-minute practice match at Storthes Hall.
It means Booth (right) will not be risked in tomorrow's Reserve game at Lincoln (2.00) and clears the way for him to lead Town's attack against Chesterfield at Saltergate on Saturday.
As Booth returns, back-up striker Akpo Sodje is joining Darlington on trial and will play for their Reserves against Doncaster tomorrow.
The 22-year-old has made two starts and seven substitute appearances for Town since signing from non-League Erith and Belvedere. Like brother Efe, his contract expires in June.
"It's a chance for Akpo to show what he can do and maybe get fixed up," said manager Peter Jackson today.
"With Boothy, there's no point playing him tomorrow when he's fit. He looked fine in the practice match and that means he's straight back into contention."
The manager has the luxury of a fully-fit squad, meaning the second-string line-up at Sincil Bank tomorrow is a strong one.
Junior Mendes and John McAliskey lead the attack with Rob Edwards and Danny Schofield playing either side of Tony Carss and Lee Fowler in midfield. There have still been no inquiries for transfer-listed Fowler, who will be aiming to impress watching scouts.
At the back, Efe Sodje - who is planning talks with Jackson about his future - partners John McCombe in front of keeper Phil Senior, with Nat Brown and Anthony Lloyd as full-backs.
Town Reserves - Senior, Brown, E Sodje, McCombe, Lloyd, Schofield, Carss, Fowler, Edwards, Mendes, McAliskey. Subs: To be announced.