Stockport manager Gary Ablett has no new injury concerns for the final-day home clash with rivals Tranmere.
Matty Mainwaring (broken wrist), Johnny Mullins (back) and Greg Tansey (thigh) all remain sidelined but Ablett has no other major worries.
However, the former Liverpool defender admits the end of the season cannot come soon enough after a disastrous campaign at Edgeley Park.
County's relegation has already been confirmed and the club remain in administration as the search for a new buyer continues.
It has proved a harsh baptism of fire for Ablett in his first season at the club, and County boss admitted: "It will be a relief when the final whistle goes on Saturday because the season hasn't panned out in the way that we expected."
Tranmere boss Les Parry could be without a trio of players for the crunch trip which will decide his team's fate.
Experienced midfielder Paul McLaren is still absent with a thigh injury and on-loan Liverpool goalkeeper Peter Gulacsi will continue between the posts as regular No 1 Luke Daniels remains sidelined with a back injury.
John Welsh is also nursing a knock but Parry is hopeful the former Anfield trainee will be passed fit.
Rovers lie in the relegation zone but victory at Edgeley Park could see them safe depending on results elsewhere.
Parry said: "Stockport are our closest rivals geographically so I'm sure they will put a bit more into it than if they were playing another team.
"But we've just got to go out and win our game and then we can look at other results."
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