Aaron back in training as Jacko weighs up options
Mike Jackson is hopeful Aaron Wildig may be available to take his place among the subs for Saturday's home game against Bradford City as he continues to try and bring in new firepower.
Midfielder Wildig has been out injured since the game at MK Dons on January 11 but has trained with the squad this week and there's a chance he could be involved this weekend.
The manager said: "Aaron has trained with us this week so hopefully, fingers crossed, we're trying to get him on the bench for Saturday.
"It would be good getting him back so it just gives us a little bit more going forward."
Jacko added he was still trying to bring in another striker to give him more options up front after Miles Storey returned to Swindon following last weekend's draw at Wolves.
He said: "I was speaking to managers this week and the market's that thin at the moment. Everyone's after the same sort of players.
"All I will say is we'll keep looking and we'll get the best one in we possibly can."
Jacko added: "No-one wants to let strikers go. If there's any players you want to keep at a club you'll keep your strikers just in case because everyone knows how hard it is to get them in.
"Unless you've got an embarrassment of riches, seven or eight, then the bulk of clubs are not going to let them out. Then it goes down to under-21s.
"Something might happen leading up to the window next week when someone gets someone in and there can be a knock on effect."