Peter Till has returned from his one-month loan spell with League One strugglers Leyton Orient after making four appearances for the London side.
He picked up an injury in his last game for the O's - a home defeat to Bristol City in the Johnstone's Paint Trophy last Wednesday - and was unavailable for the final match of his loan spell, in which Martin Ling's side picked up a creditable goalless draw away to Doncaster at the weekend.
Ironically, in his last game for the club he came face-to-face with Blues team mate Nick Wright, who is coming towards the end of similar loan stint at Ashton Gate.
Wright started his first game for the Robins that night and kept his place in the line-up for the weekend's top of the table West Country derby at Yeovil.
But the 18-year-old was replaced at half-time when the game was goalless and his side went on to lose 2-1 and dropped down to fourth in the League One table.
Wright has one more week to run on his temporary deal with the Bristol side.
And in the same division young goalkeeper Adam Legzdins was an unused substitute as his loan club Oldham recorded a 2-1 away success at Cheltenham on Saturday.