Notts County manager Kevin Nolan is facing a selection headache ahead of Tuesday night’s trip to Doncaster.
His side travel to the Keepmoat Stadium following a vital win against Hartlepool on Saturday and, with his captain available again following suspension, Nolan is confident of giving Rovers a real test.
“I’m going to have a tough decision with Michael O’Connor coming back because Elliott Hewitt was absolutely fantastic on Saturday," he said. "It’s given me a bit of a headache but that’s what you want as a manager.
“We are going there to have a good go at Doncaster. We aren’t going to give them the opportunity to play because that’s when they’ll punish you.
“We’re going to respect them, they’ve been great all season, but we are going to show no fear and be courageous with it.”
While Notts' form both home and away has been improving, the manager insists the club is not yet safe from relegation.
He said: “Our attitude is we have to get to 50 points as quickly as possible and then re-assess from there.
“Until we are mathematically safe, we aren’t safe."