Celtic first-team coach Neil Lennon has described Scott Brown as 'fine' in the wake of the head injury the midfielder suffered during Sunday's Old Firm derby.
The Scotland international was forced off before the final whistle of the Bhoys' 0-0 draw after colliding with Rangers goalkeeper Allan McGregor.
Fears existed that Brown had suffered concussion, but Lennon insists the 23-year-old will be 'okay'.
He told Celtic TV: "Scott was fine after the game. He got a bang on the head and was a little bit dizzy. But he will be okay."
Brown is expected to be available for Sunday's SPL game at Motherwell but the prognosis is less good for Barry Robson, who has a groin problem and may require surgery.