Plymouth key man Sam Cosgrave will be available for the Papa Johns Trophy final against Wanderers on Sunday.

Cosgrove has scored 12 goals in 36 appearances for the Pilgrims this season but missed the past few matches with a calf issue.

The 26-year-old, who is on loan from Birmingham, returned to training this week and could now feature against the Whites.

However, James Bolton and Adam Randell are both unavailable for the fixture as Steven Schumacher’s side aim to secure some silverware.

Bolton was forced off against Accrington last week with a hamstring problem and could be out for the remainder of the season. Meanwhile, Randell hasn’t featured since mid-February due to an ankle sprain.

Saxon Earley and Tyreik Wright are also cup-tied, having played in the competition for other clubs earlier in the season.

Schumacher told Plymouth Live: “(Cosgrove) is okay, he has been training. He's available to be in the squad.

"James Bolton had to come off against Accrington with a hamstring problem so we had that scanned and there was some damage.

"We are not exactly sure how long it's going to be. Gareth (Law) is going to do his best to treat the player and not treat the scan, but he's definitely out of this game and he will be probably for a good few weeks moving on.

"We are just going to see how he goes day-by-day. The scan showed quite a significant reaction from it, but we have had that before.

"We had a scan with Brendan Galloway and he was back five or six weeks earlier than what you would normally expect from that type of scan. We will just see how we go but it's disappointing for Bolts."

Conor Grant returned to action off the bench against Accrington and was on target 12 minutes from time.

“He's fine, I was really pleased for Conor," the Plymouth boss added. "He showed in the few minutes that he was on the quality he has got.

“He scored a great goal, put in a couple of nice crosses - he shows that composure in those areas - and did well.

"I'm pleased to have him back. It's another option for us in the squad and he has shown over the last few years how important he has been for Argyle."