Published: 00:00, 28 December 2017 |
Scott Wagstaff could be fit in time to face his former team Charlton.
The midfielder limped off at Fleetwood on Friday shortly after being involved in the two opening goals.
“He is coming along nicely,” said Gills boss Steve Lovell.
“He has a chance for Charlton and that should be a nice bonus for us.”
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Just before the injury, Wagstaff had spoken of his delight at hitting top form and turning his back on his previous injury woes.
At Fleetwood he supplied the cross for Josh Parker to score a second-minute opener and he was there again to tee up Luke O’Neill to make it 2-0.
“He has been brilliant for us,” said Lovell.
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