JAMES Henry is set to return to the Oxford United squad for tomorrow's Sky Bet League One clash with Peterborough United.

The U's top scorer sat out of Tuesday's Emirates FA Cup fourth round replay against Newcastle United after feeling pain in his thigh.

A scan revealed there was nothing wrong, which was a relief for a player who spent the majority of January on the sidelines with a strain in his other thigh.

After playing 90 minutes in United's 2-1 win over Blackpool last Saturday, Henry is looking forward to being back in action.

He said: “I’m fit and ready to go.

“During the other week I felt pain in my other leg, so it had nothing to do with the leg that was injured (before).

“I suspect I probably wouldn’t have played anyway (against Newcastle), having only just come back from injury, but it was a little bit difficult watching from up in the gantry.”