Rangers have been handed a double injury boost ahead of Saturday's trip to Berwick.
Defender Ross Perry (hamstring) and striker Francisco Sandaza (thigh) could feature in the third division clash after both returned to full training.
The pair have been sidelined since the champions elect crashed out of the Scottish Cup at the hands of Dundee United on 2 February.
Writing on the club's official website, assistant manager Kenny McDowall said: "Fran and Ross have been working at the tail end of last week so they are back running.
"We are hopeful we might get one or two additions to the squad because it is fairly tight.
"Last week we were operating with 16 because we had six injuries so we are hopeful those two will join the squad again this weekend."
Captain Lee McCulloch has been out of action since 5 January and is currently seeing a specialist about bone bruising in his ankle.