HAYES and Yeading are likely to be at full strength for the visit of Blue Square Premier leaders Wrexham to Kingfield on Sunday.
On-loan AFC Wimbledon defender Fraser Franks (pictured) suffered a nasty head injury in the 1-1 draw at AFC Telford on Saturday and needed four stitches, but he will be available, along with number one goalkeeper Steve Arnold.
Bashir believes his squad now has the ability to push up the table.
"The team has clicked more in the past two weeks," he said. "We are a new team, but if we can become more consistent then we can push on up the table."
Meanwhile, Bashir says that he is aiming to loan out French midfielder Jules Marsaud to another club in order for him to gain match fitness.
The 22-year-old, who had played French Third Division football with Bayonne, gained international clearance to play for Hayes and Yeading last week, but Bashir said: "I do not want to put him straight in. He has shown a lot of potential in training, but he needs match fitness and we will try to loan him out to get some games."
Bashir will also do the same with striker Julian Owusu once his international clearance comes through.
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