Rangers goalkeeper Allan McGregor has played down fears over his latest knee injury.
Scotland boss George Burley revealed earlier this week McGregor was playing through the pain barrier after suffering a build-up of fluid on the same knee which required surgery in the summer.
McGregor has eased any fears over his long-term fitness and says he is in perfect shape to take on Hamilton this weekend.
"My knee is fine," said McGregor.
"I had a wee tidy-up operation there over the summer and there's just a wee
bit of fluid there now.
"The surgeon said that kind of thing wouldn't be a problem and that is certainly the case at the moment. It's not a big deal.
"This kind of thing happens quite a lot and it is absolutely nothing to worry about. It won't hold me back."