Rangers have received a boost after it emerged Allan McGregor's injury is not as bad as initially feared.
The keeper lasted just five minutes of Tuesday night's 2-1 defeat to Old Firm rivals Celtic after falling awkwardly on his right knee at Parkhead.
Ibrox boss Walter Smith expressed his concern at the injury after the loss, but a scan on Wednesday morning revealed the damage to be minimal.
Rangers have not confirmed the length of time they expect the 28-year-old to be sidelined for, but Smith will be reluctant to rush his first choice stopper back in time for the final day of the season on Sunday.
Having already wrapped up the SPL title, Rangers will be presented with the trophy after the Ibrox encounter.
Striker Kenny Miller, who scored Rangers' goal on Tuesday night, was disappointed to have lost to his former club but is now looking forward to getting his hands on the SPL title again.
"Sadly, it wasn't to be for us last night (Tuesday) but we'll look ahead to Sunday now and it's what we've been working towards for so long," he told the club's official website.
"It's the pinnacle of the season for us and we're looking forward to it, although we'll need to make sure we get the right result so that we enjoy it."
Miller claims the Gers will not dwell on the Celtic defeat as they bid to end another successful season with a flourish against Motherwell.
"We've kept going," he added. "The fixtures haven't been too kind to us after the split as we ended up with three tough away games.
"Having gone to Easter Road and won the title, won at Tannadice and performed as we have has been encouraging."