RICHIE Wellens will welcome both Elijah Adebayo and James Dunne back into Swindon Town’s squad for this weekend’s FA Cup second round tie against non-league outfit Woking.

Adebayo missed Tuesday night’s fixture against Stevenage because of suspension while Dunne has been missing since Town’s 4-0 loss at home to Carlisle due to a family emergency.

Pacey striker Kaiyne Woolery meanwhile is still on the road to recovery, though the 23-year-old is the process of working on his first ball control drills since suffering his latest injury to the rear of his knee against Southampton in a behind closed doors friendly.

Assistant manager Noel Hunt also said outstanding players in the treatment room – including Marc Richards and Chris Robertson – still require attention and will be missing for a couple more weeks.

Hunt said: “We’ve got Elijah (Adebayo) and James (Dunne) back, we’re hoping to see a bit of Kaiyne (Woolery) as well.

“Kaiyne has been on the pitch, hopefully we can get him on some ball work in the next few days.

“With the other boys, we need to give them a couple of more weeks.

“The squad is strengthening, and that’s only a good thing for us.”

Meanwhile reaction to Tuesday’s nights League Two win against Stevenage has been positive, though Hunt and Wellens have warned their side of complacency when facing National League South leaders Woking.

“Being defensively right with and without the ball is important – for example who is going forward and who is going back,” said Hunt.

“These things you need to keep going over as a footballer to avoid complacency.

“The players need to know they can’t be complacent, there is no room for it. And in this same you will get punished very quickly.

“We don’t want that to happen, and the boys know that.”