Creative midfielder Rob Wilson will be back in the Workington Reds fold tomorrow - after recovering from injury.

Wilson pulled up with a groin strain during the warm-up for the Glossop FA Trophy replay and missed Saturday's hard-fought win over Stourbridge.

But he is now back and ready to fight his way back into the side, says co-manager Lee Andrews.

"It is a massive bonus having him back in the squad," said Andrews, whose Reds side are set to welcome Mickleover Sports to Borough Park tomorrow, ko 3pm.

"It was really unfortunate for Rob that he just got his place back in the team when this injury happened.

"So now he has to be patient again as it is hard to change the team after the last couple of performances."

But Andrews admitted it makes his job easier when the team is playing so well.

"At the moment the team is virtually picking itself but it is still nice to have options on the bench," he added.

"It is certainly much better than scouring round trying to find players to come in.

"When your side is playing well it is the easiest job in the world to prepare them as you just ask them to repeat the previous week's efforts."

Mickleover are currently lying in 10th place in the Northern Premier League, four below Workington.

And Andrews is expecting another tough test for his players, although with more football on display.

"We know it will be tough but it will also be completely different to last Saturday," he said.

"It may play into our hands a little bit more as they like to get the ball down and play football, which we are fine with.

"The most pleasing thing for me from last week was how our lads stuck to it.

"People have asked questions of us in those situations before, as to whether we were mentally tough enough, but I think that game showed we are."