Dundee boss Neil McCann looks set to have a welcome selection dilemma as he prepares his side for today’s trip to Ibrox.
The Dark Blues travel to face Rangers still looking to put a first point on the board after four Premiership defeats on the trot.
However, with a number of knocks clearing up around the squad over the international break, the Dens gaffer will have options to choose from in Govan.
Club skipper Josh Meekings limped out of the last match, a 3-1 defeat to Motherwell but has returned to training this week.
With new loan signings Ryan Inniss and Andy Boyle ready, too, along with Genseric Kusunga, Neil has decisions to make.
Striker Benjamin Kallman missed Finland’s U/21 qualifier against Denmark last week after pulling up in the warm-up.
However, he recovered to lead the line in the following game at home to Poland, playing the full 90 minutes in a 3-1 defeat that saw any hopes of qualifying for the U/21 Euros next summer in Italy dashed.
He has since returned to training with Dundee and is expected to be available.
That could see him partner former-Ger Kenny Miller up front, depending on how the manager elects to set up his side.
Kallman’s fellow-Finn Glen Kamara, though, is more doubtful.
He pulled out of the full international double header against Hungary and Estonia after a recurrence of his troublesome ankle injury.
The hopes are that was just precautionary and he’s able to face Rangers.
If he’s not able to start, that’s likely to mean Lewis Spence continues in his absence.