MANAGER Peter Jackson today admitted he's got a "nice" selection dilemma for Saturday's trip to Peterborough.
Town's manager watched his side notch a third straight win against Sheffield Wednesday without the influential Nathan Clarke because of suspension.
Clarke - whose younger brother Tom partnered David Mirfin in central defence at the Galpharm - is available again at London Road as Town hunt three successive clean sheets for the first time since Jackson returned to the club.
Whether he can force his way back into the starting line-up, however, is something Jackson has still to settle.
"It's a headache, but it's a nice headache to have," said Jackson, who rated Tuesday's 1-0 win as one of Town's best this season.
"I was particularly pleased with Tom and Mirf against Barrett and Peacock (Wednesday's strikers), who didn't get a single shot on goal, and so their performance augurs well for the future.
"If you have to have a headache after a display like that, then having a player of Nathan Clarke's quality waiting in the wings is just the sort of headache you want."
Jackson has only Tony Carss (groin) and Steve Yates (illness) under treatment as Town bid to complete a double over lowly Posh.
"We have set a high standard in the last three matches and we don't want to let ourselves down on Saturday," he added.
Seat tickets for London Road are available at the Galpharm until noon tomorrow. Terrace is pay at the gate on Saturday.