RICHIE Wellens will only name Keshi Anderson in his matchday squad against Crewe Alexandra this weekend if the Swindon Town forward can prove he is 100 per cent fit.

Anderson was withdrawn early in the second half of Town’s 1-1 draw at home to Plymouth Argyle on Saturday after picking up a hamstring knock and was subsequently sent for a scan this week.

Although that flagged up no serious concerns, Wellens says it does not mean Anderson will automatically be selected for Town’s next League Two assignment, and he will only play at Gresty Road if the issue is fully resolved.

“We have had the scan on Keshi and there is nothing there which is a problem. Therefore, we think it is neural, so we have tried to work on him as much as possible,” said Wellens.

“Again, it will be touch and go for this weekend.

“This time, we are going to make the decision rather than let Keshi make it and him saying he is OK, starting the game and then it is not quite the Keshi we know.

“We will watch him in training and depending on how he trains on Friday, we will make a decision.

“He was struggling at Bradford with his left hamstring and after 10 minutes against Plymouth, he went down with his right hamstring.

“He got through the first half and then after six or seven minutes of the second half, we could see he wasn’t fully fit.

“We would like him in the team because we think he is a good player and is important to the way we play, but we have not had him for two or three games now because he has not been quite right.

“I think the main thing now is to draw a line under it and make sure the next time he steps on the pitch he is 100 per cent.”

Zeki Fryers will miss out again against Crewe with a groin injury but it is hoped he can feature against Stevenage next Tuesday.

Fellow defender Gabriel Zakuani is fit to play this weekend after missing training at the start of the week due to an illness.

“There are no new concerns – it has been a good week,” said Wellens.

“The only one we had earlier in the week was Zakuani being off ill as he had a bug for two days. He trained on Wednesday so he will be OK.”