Leeds United have no fresh injury worries ahead of the game with Nottingham Forest on Tuesday night.
Defenders Leigh Bromby, Alex Bruce and Andy O`Brien are still short of match fitness and they will not return in time for the visit of Forest.
Long-term injured Patrick Kisnorbo, Davide Somma and Mika Vayrynen remain on the sidelines.
Marcus Tudgay will be missing for Forest through suspension.
Ishmael Miller returned from injury as a late substitute in the defeat at Derby County last Tuesday and he will be pushing for a recall to the starting eleven with Tudgay out.
Fellow striker Marlon Harewood is back in training for the visitors and will be pushing for a recall.
Danny Higginbotham and George Elokobi are close to a return for Forest after missing recent games through injury.
Chris Cohen, who was sent off in this fixture last season remains on the sidelines for Forest.
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