The Mets insist they have no idea when they will recall Ike Davis from Triple-A, no clue how long they will leave their first baseman in Las Vegas searching for his lost swing. But with Josh Satin filling in ably, they can afford to leave Davis in the minors until his stroke and his focus are major league ready.

“There’s no timetable. I hope when he comes back, whenever that is, that he’s ready to go,’’ general manager Sandy Alderson told The Post before last night’s series opener against the Diamondbacks.

Manager Terry Collins echoed those sentiments, saying he had spoken with Las Vegas manager Wally Backman and he wants to ensure Davis is 100 percent comfortable before he’s promoted, as much for his own sake as the Mets’. That was unlikely to happen with the Mets facing three consecutive southpaws in the Nationals’ Gio Gonzalez (on Sunday) and the Diamondbacks’ Wade Miley and Patrick Corbin.

“I want to make sure that the adjustments he’s made in his swing he’s comfortable with,’’ Collins said. “He got off to a bit of a slow start, then he got hot, and now he’s back [struggling]. I know boredom can set in, especially after he was as hot as he was to where he thinks he’s ready to go, to now I’m going through the motions. I talked with Wally, he really likes the progress [Davis has] made.

“But there’s nothing wrong with a few more at-bats. ... The worst thing that can happen is for Ike Davis to come right now and have him face Corbin, Miley, Gio Gonzalez and all of a sudden have him go 2-for-15, and have everybody in the ballpark think he’s not a big league hitter. That’s not what I want. We want to make sure when we do it, we do it at the right time, so he’s back bursting with confidence and playing the way we know he can.’’