Yeovil goalkeeper Artur Krysiak has been released from hospital after having 10 stitches in his head following a clash at Scunthorpe.
The 25-year-old collided with an opposition player in the first half of Saturday's 1-1 draw in League One.
Poland-born Krysiak underwent scans at Scunthorpe Hospital and was released four hours later, and reported for training on Sunday morning.
It is not clear if he will be passed fit for Tuesday's game against Walsall.
With the Glovers leading 1-0, goalkeeping coach Gareth Stewart, 35, replaced Krysiak following his injury and saved a Paddy Madden penalty before half-time.
However, Stewart was unable to stop Hakeeb Adelakun's equaliser and Yeovil, who are bottom of table, had to settle for a point.