Apart from John Potter, Alan Kernaghan expects to have a full squad of 20 players to choose from for the match against Ayr United at Somerset Park tomorrow.
The manager is back in contention after a foot injury and although Pat Keogh and Mark McLaughlin have slight strains, both are expected to be cleared to play tomorrow.
On the match, Kernaghan said:
“We have to approach it in the same manner as any other; it’s a game of football to be won. Thankfully for the majority of the season we have been able to do that. If we do what we do well and take our chances then we’ll have an excellent chance of getting the points.
“I know it’s boring and not much of a story but we can’t look too far ahead and have to concentrate on doing our bit tomorrow. I think the players did as well as they possibly could in Dingwall considering the circumstances and training has been bubbly this week.
“Crossing the final hurdle would be a massive step for myself, Billy, the players and everyone associated with the club. Billy and I and people like Andy Smith and Jack Ross have to use their experience to help the rest over the next three matches.