York City captain Chris Smith will miss his side's next two games through suspension, but manager Gary Mills is not overly concerned.
Smith's booking in the 1-0 FA Trophy win over Grimsby Town means he will be sidelined for the upcoming ties against Hayes & Yeading and Tamworth.
However, the Minstermen boss believes it's the ideal time to give someone else a run in the first team.
Mills told the York Press: "Chris Smith will miss the next two games so that is a downside of Saturday's game but it gives somebody else a chance.
"Dan Parslow could come back or maybe David McGurk will be fit again, while Ben Gibson could also play there.
"I've also been really pleased with Chris Doig in the last few games. He's getting better and better. He reads the game superbly and doesn't panic."