BLUES boss Gary Waddock refuses to be bitter about Paul Hayes' recall by Charlton.
The Addicks striker looks unlikely to play against Wanderers after failing to feature in the London side's last four games.
The forward scored six goals in six loan games at Wycombe before being called back by Addicks boss Chris Powell the day after the loan transfer window closed.
Powell had said he would only recall Hayes if he was going to be involved in their matchday squad but has played him for 81 minutes in a defeat to Huddersfield since.
It has been a source of frustration for Blues fans but Waddock remains philosophical about the situation.
“He is contracted to Charlton, Chris wanted him back and we have to accept that,” he said. “I hope he doesn't play because I know what a good player he is. He was excellent for us and it will be nice to see him. Hopefully not with his Charlton kit on.”