Doncaster Rovers midfielder Tommy Rowe will NOT face a spell on the sidelines after receiving the all-clear on a foot injury.
Rowe took a knock on the site of a previous injury during Saturday's draw with Wycombe Wanderers and was forced off at half time.
But an x-ray on Sunday revealed no damage had been suffered with Rowe given the all-clear to return to light training.
Boss Darren Ferguson said: "He's fine. No break. The best news of the week. He'll be fine for Exeter.
"It was just a bad impact and really bad swelling. I think it's because he's got a screw in his foot where he's done it before. It was right on there.
"We had the x-ray Sunday morning and it was great news. If it'd been a break, it would have been the whole season I think.
"A bit of luck at last."
The 28-year-old will not feature in Saturday's FA Cup clash with Oldham Athletic or the Checkatrade Trophy clash with Port Vale next Tuesday.
He said: "I probably would have given him a break anyway but he certainly wouldn't be ready for that.
"He'll just do a bit of gym work and get some rest into him which he probably needs now.
"It's the same with a few of the others because really this is about the only opportunity I'm going to get a bit of rest into them."