Leeds United striker Billy Sharp is back in full training for the club ahead of the weekend visit to Blackburn Rovers.
Sharp had been out of action through injury, but the international break has allowed him time to recover and will likely be in the squad travelling to Ewood Park.
With strikers Mirco Antenucci and Souleymane Doukara in good form, there is no guarantee over a starting spot and Sharp could have to settle for a place on the bench.
Leeds go into the game in 15th place, with Rovers seven points above them in 7th position.
Around 7,000 Leeds supporters have tickets to the game, which Blackburn have stated is likely to be their best attended fixture of the season.
Brazilian teenager Adryan, an inspiration in the club's last fixture against Blackpool, was also pictured in the club's training session at Thorp Arch, and is expected to start the game.