Steve Cotterill has selection headaches building up ahead of the trip to Leeds United tomorrow night.
There's the problem with Michael Brown now.
He is not being able to play because of the clause in his deal which entitles him to a new contract.
Then there's the fact Liam Lawrence is unavailable because of the terms of his loan, ahead of that deal becoming permanent in January.
Steve may be tempted to string five across the middle with it being a tough place to go.
Richard Hughes can play one more game with his contract situation being the same as Brown's, and you would expect him to come in.
Cotterill could go with David Nugent on the right, Hughes in the middle with Hayden Mullins and Greg Halford, and John Utaka on the left.
That's a possibility. It's not ideal but it's a situation Steve has inherited and he just has to deal with it the best way possible.