The shot stopper received special praise from manager Mark Yates after he played through the pain of a foot injury to keep a clean sheet in the 1-0 win against Gillingham last Saturday.
And the long-serving keeper trained with his team-mates on Thursday and is not a worry for Yates ahead of the trip to Devon.
Meanwhile, on-loan striker Paul Benson is progressing well from his ankle ligament sprain but the clash with the Grecians looks to have come a little too soon for the former Charlton striker.
Cheltenham make the trip two points behind third-placed Rotherham in npower League Two with two games remaining.
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