The former Derby County trainee, who has also played for Corby Town, has been signed on three months loan from Boston United.
Celtic head south looking to end a sequence of seven consecutive defeats against a team they have never beaten.
Manager Keith Briggs will still be without the suspended Matty Hughes but has no injuries to worry about as his side look for only their second away win of 2014.
Liam Dickinson, who played in central defence in last week's morale-sapping home defeat by Hednesford, is expected to return to his normal striker role.
Hyde, who face Gainsborough Trinity at Ewen Fields, have signed young striker Jordan Bove on a month's loan from Oldham Athletic.
Scott McNiven has no injury problems but Steve Tames is heading for suspension after accumulating his fifth yellow card. Ryan Masterton comes into the first-team squad from the academy.
Ashton United have announced a couple of signings ahead of their Evo-stik NPL premier division clash with Barwell at Hurst Cross.
Macclesfield Town goalkeeper Connor O'Keefe could go straight into the side to replace co-boss Paul Phillips who is ill. Congo-born Liverpool and Patrick Thistle striker Henoc "John" Mukendi also comes in and the Robins have brought back on-loan midfielder Kieran Shaw.
A question mark hangs over Tom Corner. Earlier this week Phillips announced that Ashton had signed him but Buxton have since claimed they have taken the North Ferriby striker on loan. The Robins co-manager has promised that the matter will be settled by midweek.
Hamstring victim Jay Gorton is unlikely to return before Christmas. Greg Pearson faces a late fitness test.
Curzon Ashton make the long trip to Norfolk to take on Kings Lynn with a long list of injuries.
Danny Shaw has suffered a slight recurrence of his hamstring problem and will be out for a further ten days. Alex Brown faces another week on the sidelines with ankle ligament damage.
A knee injury picked up against Northwich Victoria in the FA Trophy rules out Jordan Wright for a fortnight and Simon Woodford, who suffered a slight hamstring strain, is out for ten to 14 days.
On the plus side, Ryan Watson is available after a one-game suspension and Chris Rowney returns to the squad following a chest infection.
Matt Warburton has received positive results after a scan on his knee and should be back within three weeks.
In the first division north, Mossley will have to take on Darlington at Seel Park without Sam Robinson, Mike Fish and Arron Hevingham.
Co-bosses Peter Band and Lloyd Morrison are hoping to have Tom Pratt available. They have signed striker Dominic Marie on loan from Halifax Town - he also played for Winsford and New Mills - and are waiting to get international clearance for Wrexham's former Burnley winger Lewis Nuttall.
Droylsden have a full squad available as they set out to continue their promotion challenge at home to Lancaster City.
In the NWCL premier division, Glossop North End may be without Sam Hare for their home clash with Winsford United. He has a groin problem and will undergo a fitness test in the morning.
Striker Lee Morris has returned to Surrey Street.