WANDERERS will have all four of their deadline-day signings available for the short trip to Salford City.

MJ Williams had been in line to make his debut at Mansfield on Tuesday night but Dapo Afolayan, Marcus Maddison and Lukas Jensen have now all been given the relevant clearance to play at the Peninsula Stadium.

Ryan Delaney is now available after suspension and has recovered from a nasty ear injury to take his place in the squad. The Irishman will wear protective tape over the wound, which required 10 stitches, and could come back into central defence alongside Ricardo Santos.

Striker Shaun Miller is now fully fit and could feature in the squad for the first time since November 24.

Meanwhile, Wanderers’ rescheduled game at Mansfield has been set for February 16, with Evatt admitting there were few available dates in a condensed calendar.

“We’ve had a good look at it and unfortunately for us because of the number of games we have left in such a short space of time the 16th is the only week we can fit the game in,” he said. “There is some space at the very back end of the season but with the Covid situation being as it is, and the weather, there could be postponements in March and April and we will have to save that space.

“It’s no bad thing.I think the positive for us is that all our players are now available for that game - on Tuesday, only MJ Williams would have been available - so it’ll be nice for the next game to have Dapo available, Lukas available and Madds available ready to go and play there.”