LOAN star Tommy O’Sullivan returns from international duty this weekend but Newport County AFC boss John Sheridan says the Wales under-21 midfielder has a fight on his hands to regain his starting spot.

Yan Klukowski and Alex Rodman came into the side while O’Sullivan was helping the Welsh youngsters to four points from six in their UEFA Euro 2017 qualifiers.

And both have impressed with Rodman grabbing his first goal for the club against Brackley Town in the FA Cup on Tuesday and Klukowski scoring one and making one at Accrington Stanley and netting with a fabulous free-kick in the cup replay.

It gives Sheridan a selection dilemma in the middle of the park ahead of tomorrow's home clash with Yeovil Town and he’s happy with that.

“Tommy will be involved,” said the Exiles boss. “He was part of the team doing well before he left but the team’s done well since he’s been away.

“It gives me a headache and a problem but I’ll just pick a team hopefully that will get us the result we’re after, which is a win.

“We’ve got a lot of lads who want to be playing – Yan and Rodders have come in and done well – and I’ve just got to make sure I pick the right team.

“This is a problem I want to have,” he added.

“The hardest part of my job is leaving players out. I don’t like doing it but they all want to play so I’ve got decisions to make.”

Sheridan has been impressed by Klukowski and Medy Elito.

“Yan’s strength is getting on the ball in goal scoring positions,” he said.

“I don’t think he’s someone who’s going to spray the ball around.

“He plays off the cuff but he is dangerous and when he’s at the top of his game he is effective.

“He’s proved that. It was a great ball for the second goal at Accrington and his free-kick the other night was a wonder goal.

“Medy has done well in the middle and he’s someone who I think should be playing in Spain with the technique he’s got, that ability on the ball.

“They’re all pushing for a place but I can only pick 11 and my job is to pick the right side and get us a win.”

With defender Janoi Donacien ruled out for two to three weeks with a sprained ankle, Sheridan also has decisions to make at the back.

Scott Barrow is fit to return and Sheridan also has Danny Holmes, Jazzi Barnum-Bobb and Andrew Hughes available.

“Obviously Hughesy has been out a while but he’s back fit now,” said the manager.

“He came on the other night and it wouldn’t worry me to throw him in there.”