Worcester Warriors wing Nikki Walker could return to the squad for Saturday's Aviva Premiership clash with Gloucester at Sixways.
Walker has recovered quicker than expected from his shoulder injury sustained in a pre-season clash with Cardiff Blues and Worcester head coach Richard Hill revealed that the player will be in the running for a spot in this weekend's matchday squad.
"I'm not necessarily going to stick with the same line-up," he told the Worcester News.
"There will be a few changes for this coming week. We've got 23 fit players and we haven't picked up any more injuries.
"I've got a lot of confidence in the squad. I'm pleased with the replacements who played in the second-half against Leicester.
"Ollie Hayes, James Currie, Craig Gillies and Matt Kvesic came on and played well.
"The one person who will come into the frame is Nikki Walker. He's now been given to me by the medical staff so I've got to work out whether he comes into that 23 or not at this stage."
Hill is determined to pick up the Warriors' first win of the new season after they lost their two opening matches to Bath and Leicester.
"I've got absolutely no doubt that with the squad of players we've got and the way they're training and trying to play, we will get better and better throughout the course of the season," he said.
"However, for the coaches, players, supporters and owners, a win would be huge this weekend.
"Performance-wise, we are reasonably happy with a lot of aspects of what we've done but you can't get away from the fact that we've lost two games.
"The lads battled up at Leicester and almost got a bonus point and, had we won against Bath, I think people would have been saying it's been a pretty decent start to the season.
"Our players are very confident and we're all looking forward to the weekend."