Rangers boss Walter Smith is confident Allan McGregor's current knee trouble is 'nothing serious'.
Scotland coach George Burley revealed earlier on Monday that the goalkeeper has been suffering from fluid on the knee in recent weeks.
McGregor, who underwent a knee operation in the summer, has been able to play on during the ongoing complaint.
And Smith expects the 26-year-old to be in his team for Saturday's SPL game against Hamilton Academical after playing down fears over McGregor's fitness.
"There is nothing serious," Smith told the club's official website.
"Allan has a little bit of swelling behind his knee which has bothered him at different times.
"We have just been checking the cause of that, but he hasn't been missing any training and he will be fit to play at the weekend."