Neill Collins spoke to iFollow Barnsley to preview our midweek match-up with Shrewsbury Town in Sky Bet League One.
ON TEAM NEWS
"Callum Styles should be back involved. It's a sign of how strong the midfield is that Callum has got himself into the team and played a pivotal part of results. But Josh [Benson] has worked really hard, got a start at the weekend. Of course, Adam Phillips is desperate to be involved as well. Good players to choose from, as you need. It's great to have Callum back and available. Sam is suspeded."
ON LIAM ROBERTS AND OPPORTUNITY FOR BEN KILLIP
"As you'll understand, he only got operated on on Wednesday or Thursday morning. It's still too early to say [on recovery time].
"All Ben can do is control his performance and he did that well on Saturday and he's done that well with every game that he's played. It was good for him and for the team that no one had to talk about the goalkeeping change. The only reason that we're talking about is because Liam has been so good. He's been exceptional. But Ben will come in and just continue like he did on Saturday."
ON YOUNGSTERS GETTING LOAN EXPERIENCE
"Goalkeeper and centre-back I think are the most difficult transition and breakthrough. But the club is doing a good job right now of getting these players good loans so that they're ready. Theo Chapman is out on loan having made his first-team debut. He needs that experience of playing regularly. More time in men's football. Aiden Marsh has been the same. You don't necessarily go from the youth team into the first-team as much as you maybe used to. So we have to help facilitate that and I'm excited to see how the young lads develop from that."
ON SHREWSBURY TOWN
"They're on a very good run. Their performance against Derby - the most pleasing thing for them I'm sure will be that they won, but they created a lot of chances. Derby equally had a couple of good chances, but I'm sure they're feeling good, feeling confident. They're good, a good side. They're a team with lots of different aspects of football, but they've got physical options at the top end of the pitch. Another real challenge for us."