No new injury worries for Rangers boss Mark Warburton
Rangers manager Mark Warburton has no fresh injuries for the Ladbrokes Championship clash with St Mirren at Ibrox on Saturday.
Striker Martyn Waghorn is still out with a knee injury which could keep him out for the rest of the season.
Long-term absentee David Templeton remains sidelined with a knee injury.
Warburton said: "There's still 11 games to go there's a lot of points to play for still.
"A lot of difficult matches home and away to play and all we can focus on is our next game and that won't change."
St Mirren welcome back defender Keith Watson and exciting teenager Stevie Mallan from suspension.
Jason Naismith, Jim Goodwin and Alan Gow are all pushing for starting places after injury.
Manager Alex Rae said: "We responded well to our defeat by Queen of the South a couple of weeks ago by defeating Dumbarton last Saturday to make it three wins from our last four games.
"We know that we face a tough task against Rangers and we will go there and look to do ourselves justice, however Morton's success over Hibs in midweek has reminded everyone that unexpected results can happen in football."