Brentford have their standard affair of injury issues but have been boosted by the return of Chelsea loanee John Swift.
The Bees' season has been beset by a string of serious injuries meaning a consistency of selection hasn't been possible for former bosses Marinus Dijkhuizen and Lee Carsley.
And current head coach Dean Smith gave his weekly update on the casualty wing at the club's Jersey Road training ground.
The good news is that Swift is available for Brentford's trip to MK Dons on Saturday.
Smith said: “Swifty has trained all week. He had his stitches out. He did a bit with the medical department on Monday and he's been with us since.
“He looks really good. It's like having a new signing joining. He's looked really good in training and he's available for tomorrow.”
There had also been suggestions that Maxime Colin needed surgery to correct a pelvic problem but the Brentford head coach dismissed those.
He added: “It's just an ongoing thing we have in his pelvic area. We feel it's manageable but we don't want to risk too much.
“He needs specific days to rest and train. He's not out for the season and he's available but we have to just manage him.
“He can go away in the summer and rest his body after a year in the Championship.
“We don't feel that he needs surgery. He's sitting down with the medical department and getting a strengthening programme to help him out and we believe that along with the rest should be sufficient to sort it out.”
There had also been suggestions that Scott Hogan had been struggling with a hamstring complaint but Smith allayed those fears, but suggested that a first start was a way away at this moment.
“I believe so. He's not complained of that since. He's just happy to be on the pitch and score. It's given him a smile on his face and he can kick on from here now,” Smith revealed.
“Lasse (Vibe) came onto the pitch at Nottingham Forest after an injury for Leandro (Rodriguez) and he's been on fire in the next few games.
“What he's done is worked the centre halves hard and Scotty Hogan has picked up the pieces.
“I think the workload Lasse has put in is really good. Scotty has come on and done a job but whether he's ready to start – I'm not sure. He's certainly got every right to be knocking on my door though.
“It is early days. I did say it'd be a softly softly approach with the minutes he's had and it will continue to be the case that he has to be managed into Championship football.”
Philipp Hofmann has also stepped up his training schedule after a back injury but Smith confirmed that the German is “probably not ready for Saturday but he's hopefully in contention for Tuesday.”
Lewis Macleod is another one missing the trip to Buckinghamshire but the head coach hopes to see him involved this season, rather than just allowing him time to get fully fit for next season.
Smith said: “Lewis is out kicking footballs on the pitches. He's not joined us yet but we hope to get him involved on Sunday.
“There's mileage in (shutting him down) but the players want to get in the team and prove they can do something before the summer. They don't want to be going in the summer thinking they could have got a game.”
Alan Judge is in good spirits after his double leg break and has been reading to his children, although he wanted to be at Griffin Park last weekend and on Tuesday as well as in MK on Saturday.
He will, though, be getting his wish next weekend as he'll be present to watch Brentford take on west London rivals Fulham.
Smith said: “Richard (O'Kelly) went round to see him yesterday and he's in good spirits; reading children's books to his kids and looking after them.
“I think he wanted to come on Tuesday and the MK Dons game tomorrow but we still need him to keep his leg elevated so he doesn't get any problem. He'll come and watch us against Fulham.”
Josh McEachran has also started his recovery from a broken foot and Smith has told the midfielder he faces a big summer.
The head coach explained: “He's got the boot on so he can do upper body work and he knows it's a big summer for him at the start of pre-season.”
Andreas Bjelland is still working hard to be fit for the start of next season after his anterior cruciate ligament injury.