STANLEY will give Billy Kee every chance to be fit for tomorrow's trip to Chesterfield.

The in-form striker hobbled off at half-time in the midweek defeat to Grimsby with a dead leg, but the five-goal frontman will be checked on Friday and John Coleman is hoping he will be fit enough to face the Spireites.

"It’s a dead leg. He was trying to shake it off, he managed for about 25 minutes and then he was struggling after that," Coleman said of the injury picked up against Grimsby.

"The way we play it’s difficult when you’ve got one man who can’t run, so we’ll see how he is, we’ll assess it and hopefully he’ll be fit for Saturday."

Kee and Kayden Jackson have formed a deadly partnership for the Reds so far this season and the latter scored his 100th Football League goal in the 3-0 win over Carlisle last weekend.

But Coleman insists his side can cope with Kee's absence if required.

"We’re not a one man team, that’s for sure," he said. "That would be unfair on the other players, we’ve got very, very good players in our squad and we’re capable of losing anybody and still dealing with it, and we have to make sure that’s always the case."

On-loan goalkeeper Max Stryjek and Ben Richards-Everton will both miss out again this weekend, but Coleman is hopeful both will return to full training next week.