KARL Robinson is relishing the prospect of having a fully fit squad to choose from against Plymouth Argyle.

The likes of Jamie Hanson, Marcus McGuane and Billy Bodin are all in contention having struggled with injury or fitness during the opening stages of the season.

Robinson even said he already knows his starting eleven and who his substitutes will be.

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“I think it’s very positive, it’s no coincidence that three really good performances have led to people being fit,” he said.

“We will make changes, we’ve got three big games in a week.

“We’re full of confidence, we had a good break, we feel fresh and ready to go.

“The players have trained really well this week and it’s a bit of a headache.

“I know the team I want to play and what subs there’ll be.”

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Having a clean bill of health means players will inevitably miss out, however Robinson said he hopes they will respect the decisions he makes.

He said: “There’s one or two conversations where people might feel hard done to.

“With some it’s because they’ve not been available and people have been doing well or some you want a little more in that position, a different type of physical, technical or tactical.

“There’s always reasons for it and hopefully they respect that.”