Wycombe have received a double injury boost ahead of the visit of York with Gary Doherty and Leon Johnson returning to full training after lengthy spells on the sidelines.
The Republic of Ireland international has been out of action since being replaced after just nine minutes of the FA Cup tie at Crewe in early November with a back problem.
The 33-year-old underwent an operation to cure the complaint and he and fellow centre-back Johnson, who suffered a knee injury in December, are now well on the way back to match action.
Gareth Ainsworth's men recorded their eighth victory in their last 12 npower League Two games with a superb 1-0 success over Gillingham in front of the Sky cameras on Monday night.
York striker Ashley Chambers has returned to full training but will not be ready in time.
Chambers, who has scored eight goals this season, has been sidelined since the middle of December after undergoing surgery to resolve a groin/stomach problem, but could be back in contention next week.
Fellow forward Ben Everson has been ruled out due to a hamstring strain, but otherwise manager Gary Mills has no new injury or suspension worries as his side look to bounce back from last week's heavy home defeat to Morecambe.
Lanre Oyebanjo remains sidelined with a fractured skull sustained in the recent draw at Gillingham and fellow defender Chris Doig (ankle) is still struggling.
On-loan Swansea defender Curtis Obeng is likely to continue after making his debut last week and another recent arrival, striker David McDaid, is hoping to play a bigger part after making his first appearance off the substitutes' bench.
Long-term absentee Michael Coulson meanwhile, out since October with cruciate knee ligament damage, is closing in on a return to full training.