Aidy Boothroyd will not be able to call upon the services of Theo Robinson against Hull City on Sunday.

Robinson returned from his season-long loan spell at Hereford last week and attended the club's Awards Evening on Monday.

With Darius Henderson suspended, fans were hoping Boothroyd would be able to include the homegrown striker, who has scored 14 goals for Hereford this season, in his squad for Sunday's play-off first leg encounter, but his loan agreement means he is unavailable.

"Theo can't play because of the nature of the loan agreement," said Boothroyd. "When you sign a player on loan it is until the end of May, so he is not eligible.

"I would love to have had him available. It would have been good to have him in and around the squad and add to the experience he's had at at Hereford, where he has done great."

With Steve Kabba struggling to recover from a dead leg, Tamas Priskin is expected to partner Nathan Ellington in attack.