Harrison Dunk could be fit for Cambridge's League Two home game against Plymouth
Cambridge manager Shaun Derry is hopeful that Harrison Dunk will be available as they welcome Plymouth to the Abbey Stadium on Saturday.
The 26-year-old was substituted at half-time in the 2-0 defeat to Luton last weekend after getting a kick on the ankle but has been back in training this week.
Barry Corr has not played for the U's for more than a year due to a long-term knee problem but Derry had positive news saying that the 31-year-old forward has been building his training this week.
Corr remains unavailable for now but Cambridge has no fresh injury concerns.
Plymouth boss Derek Adams could hand debuts to new signings Matt Kennedy, Ryan Taylor and Antoni Sarcevic as the Pilgrims look to recover from their 2-1 defeat at Yeovil last time out.
Cardiff loanee Kennedy and Taylor, who joined the club after his contract at Oxford was terminated, did not feature in the matchday squad but are available for selection. Sarcevic came off the bench at Huish Park and is pushing for a start.
Midfielder Ryan Donaldson is likely to keep his place in the starting line-up after he returned from a broken jaw.
Gary Miller, Connor Smith, Jimmy Spencer (all ankle) and David Ijaha (pelvis) remain sidelined.