DANNY Graham is hoping to lead the Rovers line tomorrow after managing only 16 minutes in the bore draw at Wolves last weekend.

The striker was taken off early on at Molineux after feeling at tight hamstring, and Paul Lambert says he’s glad he made that decision.

The Rovers boss said: “We’ll see how he is, but hopefully Danny will be OK.

“That’s why I’m glad we caught it in time, before he did pull it or strain it.

Lambert’s striking options are limited, especially with Tony Watt on the treatment table.

He added: “There’s five games to go, so fingers crossed Danny will be fit.”

Tommy Spurr missed the Wolves stalemate and defeat at Sheffield Wednesday with an Achilles problem and is unlikely to features against the Terriers.

“Tommy’s still got a doubt and I think he will struggle for Saturday,” said Lambert.

That means Matt Kilgallon will continue at left-back after an impressive fill-in job at Wolves.

Jason Lowe played 90 minutes last weekend and should continue in midfield.

Corry Evans (groin) and Hope Akpan (leg) have both trained this week and could be in contention.