Yeovil manager Terry Skiverton insists he will stick with Stephen Henderson in goal despite John Sullivan's return to fitness.
Sullivan, who joined on loan from Millwall in the summer, played the first seven games of the season, but was forced to miss the Tranmere match on September 11 with a shoulder injury, forcing Skiverton to recruit Henderson on a 30-day emergency loan from Bristol City.
Henderson has subsequently started the last three games and, despite Sullivan's return, the Glovers boss will stick with the Republic of Ireland under-21 International.
"He (Sullivan) has trained the last few days, but I have him (Henderson) for a month, so I will play him for a month," he told Western Gazette. "That was the understanding with Bristol City, and I am going to stick to that.
"Henderson was a last-minute thing. Bristol City were kind enough to let us have him, so he will stay for the month and he will go back at the end of the month."