HOTSHOTS Mark Danks and Dave Reynolds could both in line to return in time for Worcester City’s FA Vase showdown with Highgate United tomorrow (3pm).

Danks this week lifted the lid on his troublesome thigh complaint but the crowd favourite took part in training on Tuesday with no ill effects.

Reynolds sat out Saturday’s 2-0 win over Haughmond through suspension but had been suffering with a knee problem.

With 23 goals between them, their comebacks would be welcome as City seek to take another step towards Wembley glory against the side that sits just behind them in the Midland League Premier Division standings.

Meanwhile, an unnamed league rival is interested in signing Worcester left-back Aaron Griffiths.

The summer signing has made 15 appearances so far this season but did not feature in the past two league matches against Rocester and Haughmond.

“We have had some interest from a local club,” said joint-boss John Snape. “We have had contact about it but we’re yet to receive an approach.”

One player certain not to be involved in City's quest for honours is Ellesmere Rangers goalkeeper Tom Turner after he turned down the chance to rival Matt Gwynne for the number-one jersey, citing personal commitments.

Whether Griffiths will feature at the weekend remains to be seen but Jamie Smith is unlikely to be fit due to the ongoing effects of whiplash, while winger Josh Sarmento is still troubled by illness.

City has announced reduced admission for the tie with adults admitted for £6, concessions £4 and children under the age of 16 £2 in a bid to boost the crowd.

Worcester's last tie against Sherwood Colliery pulled in a gate of 408, the largest attendance of the round.

The winners will be five rounds from the showpiece final as well as picking up £900 in prize money.

The club has also announced an evening with joint-manager and ex-West Bromwich Albion striker Lee Hughes next month.

Cookley Village Hall and Sports Club hosts the event on Friday, December 8 with Hughes set to lift the lid on his time at the Hawthorns. Doors open at 7pm.

Tickets cost £20 and can be obtained by calling 01905 23003 or visiting City’s online shop: