Hearts boss Jim Jefferies has revealed Andrew Driver and Ian Black will be fit to face Kilmarnock this weekend.
The duo were each substituted during Saturday's 1-1 draw at St Mirren, sparking fears among fans of a recurrence of their respective ongoing injury problems.
Driver has missed much of the last five months through tendonitis while Black had been struggling with a back problem.
However, Jefferies has confirmed the substitutions were merely precautionary and both can expect to feature for the Jambos on Saturday.
"Driver had cramp, that's all, and will be fine," Jefferies told Hearts News.
"He didn't train today but he has his own programme to follow and he'll be okay for the weekend.
"Ian will also be okay even though he didn't train this morning (Monday)," Jefferies added.
Midfielder Laryea Kingston missed the St Mirren trip through illness but could also be available to Jefferies for Killie's visit.
"Laryea was also a bit more bouncy today after missing the St Mirren game so that's encouraging for Saturday as well."
One player who is not on the mend, however, is Ryan Stevenson, who could require surgery on his troublesome knee if he continues to play through the pain barrier.
"Ryan will get the injection and then we'll see how he is," Jefferies revealed.
"He has kept playing through the problem and if he damages it further, then an operation might be required.
"We'll see if the injection gives him the chance to play in the run-in and then he can get complete rest over the summer."