Kevin Maher will be able to call upon Steve Arnold this weekend against Bromley.
The Blues number one was missing for the FA Trophy win over Dorking Wanderers.
However, he has trained this week, following his concussion against Notts County, and comes into contention for the Boxing Day game at Hayes Lane.
"Steve is back and has trained the last couple of days so it’s pleasing to have him back," said head coach Maher.
"Collin [Andeng Ndi] did ever so well at the weekend on his debut which is really pleasing but I’m pleased that Arnie has come through training.
"Bromley is a different test to what Dorking was so we’ll judge that on its merit. Arnie has done ever so well for us and knowing we can call on either of them two or Harry Seaden is good.”
Sheffield United loanee Kacper Lopata’s inclusion for Boxing Day is in the balance.
The defender has not played since suffering a knee injury in training two weeks ago, but Maher refused to rule him out of Bromley.
"[With] Kacper we’re still waiting. He’s going through various protocols at Sheffield United so I’ll speak to him later today. He hasn’t trained with us. Fingers crossed, that might change.
"He’s desperate to play and to come back and train with us and be ready.
"We’ll judge that one later on today."