Bolton Wanderers duo Elias Kachunga and Lloyd Isgrove could be back in action by the middle of March as the pair ramp up their respective injury comebacks.
The pair have been out of action of late in the final third for Wanderers.
Isgrove has been missing since late November due to a torn hamstring while Kachunga has been out since earlier January owing to a torn thigh.
Both players have now returned to running on grass at Wanderers and Ian Evatt has spoken on the duo's potential return.
And that could be by the middle of March by the time the duo are back in action for Bolton, while Kieran Lee is anticipated to be back from a heel spur problem by the start of April.
Evatt said: "It’s decreasing every day, they’re improving every day. I would think by the middle of next month they will be ready to go.
"And obviously Kieran should be back by the end of the month. All of a sudden, it’s a bit of a headache.
"But there have been times this season where I’ve been scratching around and wanting a headache and not being able to have one. I’m pleased with where the squad is at, we just need to try to make sure we keep the in one piece.
"Yeah but their attitudes are fantastic, the way they work and conduct themselves is excellent. I’m really pleased.
"They want to be a part of it, they can see how exciting it is, the good players we’ve brought to the club and how we’re playing at the moment.
"They want to be involved and we want to have them back."