Ipswich Town have received a fitness boost ahead of Saturday’s clash with Coventry City .
The Tractor Boys go in the game hoping to close the gap between themselves at the top six, currently sitting ninth and six points off the pace.
They face a stern test on Saturday against the Sky Blues who, of course, are now top of the pile after last week’s win over Sunderland.
Ahead of Saturday’s game at Portman Road, Ipswich have been given an injury boost.
Long-term absentee Danny Rowe has recovered from knee surgery, resuming full training this week.
Whether the winger is fit enough to play a part against Coventry remains to be seen, but he will be back to aid his side’s playoff push.
“Danny is getting closer now,” Town boss Paul Lambert told the club website .
“Losing him was a blow because he was playing well at the time. He will give us another option when he’s ready.”
Defender Kane Vincent-Young is also on his way back, but he hasn’t resumed full training just yet.
“He’s a naturally fit lad so when he’s back, it will only be game time that he will be missing,” added Lambert.