Huddersfield Town striker Robbie Simpson is to see a specialist about his thigh injury, while Ian Craney has returned to the Galpharm Stadium.
Simpson has struggled with injury this season and he has been restricted to just four starts in League One for the Terriers.
He has now sought further advice about the problem and Terriers boss Lee Clark is hoping the 25-year-old will be back before the season is over.
"Robbie was close to a return, but when he started to go at 100%, he was still feeling the injury," said Clark in the Huddersfield Examiner.
"We've sent him to the specialist to try and push him that extra stage and hopefully the news will be positive.
"We want as many players available as possible, and as I keep saying, we haven't yet seen the real Robbie Simpson."
Meanwhile, midfielder Craney has returned to Huddersfield after cutting short his loan spell at Morecambe due to injury.
The 27-year-old joined Morecambe on a season-long loan at the start of the campaign, but has been ruled out of the last three matches of the campaign through injury, having not played since November.