SWINDON Town boss Richie Wellens has a full squad to pick from ahead of Yeovil Town’s visit to the Energy Check County Ground tomorrow, after confirming top goalscorer Michael Doughty has returned to full training.

Doughty, who has scored 11 League Two goals this season, has been absent from Town’s last six games due to a hamstring injury.

But a full return to training in the week has boosted Wellens’ midfield options ahead of the Glovers’ visit to SN1 this weekend.

However, it remains unclear if the 26-year-old will take his place in the starting XI following Town’s two impressive performances against Morecambe and Bury.

“There is a possibility Michael might be in the squad on Saturday, depending on if he doesn’t have a reaction,” said Wellens.

“We look strong, very fit and quick. We’ve got players that haven’t played a full season and players like Michael that have had six or seven weeks off because of injury.

“The squad is looking quite fresh for this time of year.”

Yeovil interim boss Neale Marmon has stated in the build-up to tomorrow’s tie that he is aware of the counter-attacking threat Swindon pose, and has also highlighted the pace of frontmen Theo Robinson, Keshi Anderson and Kaiyne Woolery to his players.

Wellens, however, has little to go on regarding Marmon’s tactical set-up, but will not allow complacency to creep into Town’s game amid Yeovil’s five-game losing run.

“I’m not sure how they will play – Darren Way is not there anymore,” said Wellens.

“It’s been a tough time for them.

“But, again, if you switch off in this league and think you’ve cracked it, you’d be wrong.

“Bury thought they were promoted two games ago.

“They were beaten by us and then Cambridge pulled a result out of the hat – that’s what can happen.

“If we’re not on our game, Yeovil can be a coupon buster.

“We need to make sure we play professionally and do all the things that have stood us in good stead over the last two or three months to make sure we get the points. If we do, we’ll be in a good position.

“We’re getting better at counter-attacking. Against Port Vale, we were really good in possession, but lacked that final ball.”