Reading boss Ruben Selles believes Jeriel Dorsett is the only player that will not be available for selection for this evening's clash with Port Vale.

Darren Moore's side, who played 16 minutes against the Royals in January before supporter protests saw the game abandoned, are in the relegation zone but have three games in hand over Reading.

Andy Yiadom and Sam Smith, who both missed last week's midweek draw with Fleetwood Town, featured on Saturday against Portsmouth and will be involved against Vale on Saturday.

Dorsett limped off against the Cod Army following a heavy tackle and is likely to be out for a few weeks.

Speaking after Saturday's 4-1 defeat at Fratton Park, Selles said: "I think from now we have some little things but nothing major. The best news is that Sam Smith was able to cope with the 35 minutes to see he was stable. Andy Yiadom played the game from the very beginning, so they came back the way we wanted. It was too risky to play Sam from the very beginning, but he came in and did his minutes. everyone will be ready except for Jeriel Dorsett, who has a couple of weeks more."

Adding more on Dorsett specifically, Selles said: "It was that tackle. One of the ligaments is affected. It was nothing too big but it is going to be a couple of weeks for that one."