Pompey have no new injury concerns ahead of Saturday's trip to Doncaster.
Dion Donohue remains the only Blues player to be sidelined with a groin problem.
The Welsh talent worked with the club's physios today as part of his rehabilitation and is expected to return to full training fairly soon.
Nathan Thompson has also overcome his knee setback and will travel to the Keepmoat Stadium.
He also made the trip to Bristol Rovers on Tuesday but was not in the match-day squad for the 2-1 victory.
A victory against Doncaster would see Kenny Jackett’s side equal the best-ever start to a league campaign in Pompey’s history.
Assistant manager Joe Gallen said: ‘Everyone was out there training today, so everyone (from Bristol Rovers) is up for selection.
‘Donohue was outside running around today but won't be up for selection just yet.
‘He's at the stage in terms of his rehab where he's out running with the physios.
‘The next stage will be to join into the training group, have a week's worth of training and then he'll be back up for selection – he's very close.
‘Nathan Thompson is back, he's been training the past few days and that's a good one for us.
‘He's played very well since coming to the club and he will be in the squad travelling.
‘He just needs some more training sessions but he's back.’