Tony Mowbray says he will make decisions after training today on who travels with the squad to Wycombe Wanderers.

Top scorer Adam Armstrong has missed four of the last five matches with the hamstring concern he first felt in the defeat at Reading last month but has trained with the squad this week.

The 20-goal striker scored a hat-trick when the sides met earlier in the season, but is without a goal in his last five appearances, his longest wait of the campaign.

The two week break from action, as well as missing the draw at Norwich City last time out, has given Armstrong time to rest, with Mowbray saying he will speak to the striker after training about his availability for tomorrow’s game.

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“Adam has trained, we’ll make the call on whether we take him to Wycombe or not, we still have to make that decision” Mowbray said.

“I will speak to Adam after training and see how he feels. It’s his hamstring, you have to be careful with that, so we’ll decide whether or not he’s coming or whether we look to Monday (against Bournemouth), we’ll make a call after training, but he will train.”

Lewis Travis hasn’t made the squad for the last two matches, missing with a hip injury sustained after coming on against Brentford, while Jacob Davenport has been out of action for a month with a groin injury picked up in training.

The pair, along with the returning international trio, Thomas Kaminski, Darragh Lenihan and Corry Evans, will be assessed, before a decision is taken on their involvement against the Chairboys.

“Both are training,” Mowbray said of Travis and Davenport. “I’m not sure who’s going to travel, I will see after training.

“Lenihan and Kaminski have just got back, Evans is going to meet us in London, there’s 22 in the squad at the moment, we can only put 20 on the sheet and we’ll make that decision after training.”

Central defender Daniel Ayala, who hasn't played since the December defeat at Huddersfield Town, is yet to return to full training, and is still working with the medical department.

Scott Wharton and Bradley Dack are long-term injury concerns, but loanee Tom Trybull will be back available having been ineligible to face his parent club Norwich City last time out.