HAVING recorded their first league double of the season last weekend, Darlington aim for a second on Saturday when they go to Boston United and Luke Trotman’s return means they will have a full-strength squad to choose from.

Right-back Trotman is available having served a one-match suspension for the 2-0 home win against FC United of Manchester, and manager Tommy Wright says there are no injury worries.

Last week midfielder Joe Wheatley made his return injury as a second-half substitute, while Trotman is likely to slot back into the starting XI at Boston.

He was sent off two weeks ago at Stockport County, meaning he lost his ever-present record.

“He has had a great season,” said Wright. “He got sent off stupidly and sometimes you can lose your place suddenly and then have to try and get back into the team.

“We haven’t made any decisions on the team yet, but a Darlington team with Luke Trotman in it is stronger than one without him.”

Wheatley has had a hernia issue all season, which is expected to be resolved in the summer, and Wright added: “It’s a bonus to have him back and the squad is a lot stronger with Joe in it.

“It was only a couple of weeks ago that I thought his season could be over. He’s going in for a scan next week which we think will confirm he needs surgery on his hernia and he will have that in the summer.

“He will not start on Saturday, but he will be looking to get back into the team for the remaining three games after the weekend.

“Joe has had a frustrating season where he’s had knocks and has probably done us a favour at times by playing when he should not have done.”

The win over United was the second time Quakers have taken maximum points off them this season, and having beaten Boston 1-0 in October they travel to York Street hoping to for another win.

Last Saturday’s success means Darlington can consider themselves as good as safe from relegation – ten points above the relegation zone with four games to play.

Boston are 11th and effectively out of the running for the play-offs.