Gordon Strachan is ready to hand Aiden McGeady to a return to his Celtic side this weekend.
The Republic of Ireland international was recently suspended for a fortnight and fined two weeks' wages for breaching club discipline.
He has now served that ban and will be back contention for the Hoops' clash with Dundee United on Saturday.
McGeady was sanctioned following a dressing room bust-up with Strachan, but the Celtic boss is prepared to forgive and forget.
"Everybody who is fit is available," he said.
"You don't lose any base fitness over two weeks so everybody who is in the squad has a chance of being involved."
McGeady has been strongly linked with a New Year departure from Parkhead in the wake of his suspension, but Hoops midfielder Barry Robson is hoping the tricky winger can be persuaded to stay.
"It's good to have the wee man back," he said.
"I hope he does (hang around); he is a good player, but you better ask the manager, it has nothing to do with me.
"But he's a superb talent and I'm sure he will contribute towards the end of the season."