ANDY HOLDSWORTH is responding well to treatment but will not be rushed back into Town's promotion chase.
The talented full-back missed Saturday's fine 3-1 victory at Walsall suffering a groin injury but hopes to be back in action soon.
Manager Peter Jackson admits, however, that this weekend's Galpharm clash with Yeovil might come just too soon.
"Andy is feeling much better than he was and he will remain under treatment," said Jackson today.
"We are going to monitor him over the next couple of days and see how he is and, at this stage, we are not sure whether Saturday will be too soon or not.
"If everything continues to settle down for him from a medical point of view, then he could be in contention, but he certainly won't be forced back at this stage if there's any risk at all."
Fans should note it's now all-ticket in the John Smith's `singing section' and the Lawrence Batley lower tier for the Yeovil match.
All other areas are pay on the day, but fans are advised to arrive early because it's expected to be busy. Friend for a fiver vouchers should be exchanged before matchday.
Meanwhile, striker John McAliskey is back in training after a stomach bug and he will play tomorrow as the Reserves start their Pontin's League play-off campaign against Carlisle at Brunton Park (7.00).
John Dungworth's side were best runners-up in the three Pontin's divisions and, if they get through tomorrow, will face a final against either Sheffield Wednesday or Doncaster Rovers next Tuesday.
Wednesday finished ahead of Town in the Pontin's League Division I Central after Kyle Jordan's goal gave them a 1-0 win against Bradford City last night.
Phil Senior will be included in the Reserves along with Adnan Ahmed and Michael Collins.