FORGOTTEN Docker Anthony Morabito could be the substitute for Fremantle's clash with West Coast after his rough conduct charge was dismissed by the WAFL Tribunal on Tuesday night.
The 22-year-old was reported during Peel Thunder's 28-point loss to Claremont in the WAFL on Saturday.
Morabito collected 27 touches in the game in what was a polished performance. He has averaged 22 disposals this season in the WAFL after missing all of last year with a third knee reconstruction.
In his bid to return to AFL level, the 2009 No.4 draft pick has clearly impressed his coach Ross Lyon who revealed on Channel Seven on Tuesday (prior to the Tribunal's verdict) that he was considering making Morabito the sub for Sunday's derby if he was free to play.
With that being the case, Morabito could play his first AFL game since Fremantle's 2010 semi-final loss to Geelong at the MCG.
The Dockers received more good news on Tuesday when midfielder Michael Barlow was listed as a chance to return from his knee injury.

Barlow hasn't played since round two against Gold Coast.

The ball-magnet is a proven performer in derby games, winning the Ross Glendinning Medal for best afield on three occasions.
Hayden Ballantyne is also set to return after serving his one-week suspension.