TONY James is ready to give Hereford United Director of Football Graham Turner a selection headache tomorrow.

The central defender, who signed a two-year extension to his contract this week, looks to have shaken off an ankle injury and is in contention for tomorrow's Nationwide Conference trip to Doncaster Rovers (3.00).

However, Turner has a difficult decision with the Bulls having kept a clean sheet in their last two games, and with on-loan Bristol Rovers player Tom White having settled in so effectively.

James, who along with Paul Parry and Gavin Williams signed an extended deal, had been in doubt for the game after missing last weekend's goalless draw at Northwich.

But Turner said: "He trained yesterday morning and should be OK."

Turner is delighted at the effect White and fellow loanee, goalkeeper Scott Cooksey, have had on the side.

"New faces coming into the dressing room adds something to a squad of players.

"Scott has not had a lot to do, to be fair both to him and Mark Jones, but Tom is an experienced central defender who knows what he is doing and has done all right."

Long-term injury victim Steve Piearce is still the only absentee from the Bulls squad.

Goalkeeper Andy Quy, who has not played for the first team since the 5-3 home win over Doncaster in September, came through a reserve game at Hednesford in midweek and should soon be ready for action again.

Doncaster are four places above the Bulls in eighth, and Turner admitted: "I don't think they come any tougher than Doncaster away.

"They are a very tough side, a little bit physical at times, and they play at a high tempo.

"We had a cracking game against them earlier in the season, and we have got to be ready for what they throw at us."

Hereford are defending a five-match unbeaten sequence in the Conference although they have drawn four of those games.

Hereford (from): Cooksey, Lane, Sturgess, Snape, Wright, White, James, Rodgerson, Taylor, Elmes, Williams, Parry, May, Fewings, Jones, Clarke, Hanson, Quy.