YORK City have full squad to choose from ahead of tomorrow’s Blue Square Premier clash with Tamworth.

Alex Lawless and Chris Carruthers were both back in reserves’ action after injury during Wednesday night’s penalty shoot-out victory over North Riding Cup semi-finalists Northallerton Town.

Lawless made a goalscoring return, joining Kevin Gall and Michael Rankine on the scoresheet in a 3-3 draw at the end of normal time.

Fellow midfielder Levi Mackin also played having missed City’s last two matches due to suspension, but he might have to wait for a first-team recall with Jamie Clarke impressing during his absence.

Foyle said: “We have treated all the players fairly and everyone has had their turn out of the side.

“That might be the same again but everybody must stick together now for our last eight games when I will be using everything and everyone.

“What we do tomorrow will depend on what tactics we need to employ really and I would have no qualms about changing a winning squad.

“The players are all looking over their shoulders and you can see that in the quality of our training.

“That’s good from a manager’s point of view because nobody can afford to go to sleep on you.”

Skipper Daniel Parslow and vice-captain David McGurk are expected to be named among the substitutes again with the form of City’s latest centre-back pairing of Djoumin Sangare and Luke Graham contributing to three consecutive clean sheets.

Foyle added: “Jimmy has made a centre-back place his own again.

“He was rusty in the first game against Barrow, but maybe that was because we put him on the left side.

“He gave away a lot of free-kicks and a penalty at Barrow and that’s still in his game, but he was very strong against Robbie Matthews at Kidderminster and Luke Graham, alongside him, is probably our unsung hero.”

• City’s postponed home match with AFC Wimbledon will now be played on Wednesday, April 7.