Pertemps Bees centre Simon Martin is set to make his first appearance in five months in the National League One game against Nottingham at Beeston on Saturday April 2.
The former Bristol player, who joined Pertemps Bees from Coventry last summer, has not played since the victory over Plymouth Albion on October 23 because of a knee injury.
Martin underwent major surgery in December and only resumed training a month ago. He has now been given the all-clear to resume training again and is likely to be named as a replacement for Nottingham.
"Simon had started to show why we signed him when his knee injury flared up," said Phil Maynard, Pertemps Bees' director of rugby.
"We've missed him, there's no doubt about that, because he is an experienced player and he also has the ability to play in several positions, including flyhalf, which gives us extra options.
"He's just been told that he can play again but he's been training pretty intensively for the past month or so and, now that he can play again, we will probably give him part of the game at Nottingham."
Captain Ed Orgee will come into contention to make his first start in more than two months.