Wycombe manager Gary Waddock is waiting on the fitness of defender Lewis Hunt ahead of the visit of in-form Norwich.
Hunt came off during the 5-2 defeat to Brighton on Monday with an ankle injury and is rated as doubtful to face the Canaries - managed by former Chairboys boss Paul Lambert.
Utility man John Mousinho could be pushed into duty at right-back while veteran Michael Duberry could also return to the back four should Waddock decide to make changes after a disastrous festive period.
On-loan Bristol City striker John Akinde serves the final game of a three-game suspension so Jon-Paul Pittman should continue in attack.
Midfielder Lewis Montrose and centre-half Leon Johnson are still out with knee and hip injuries respectively.
Norwich manager Lambert will welcome midfielders Korey Smith and Darel Russell back into his squad.
Smith has missed the last three games with a thigh injury but is fit while Russell has recovered from the knock he sustained in the win over Millwall on Boxing Day.
Scotland international Stephen Hughes picked up a calf injury against the Lions however and remains a doubt as Lambert prepares to take on his former club.
Defender Jens Berthel Askou remains six weeks away from a return after breaking a metatarsal while Michael Spillane is out for a further fortnight with his hamstring strain.
Goalkeeper Declan Rudd is back in training after a knee injury but is not ready to make a return to the squad.
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