Hibernian midfielder Scott Robertson has returned to full training after a nine-week absence with a knee injury.
The 29-year-old has been out of action since injuring his knee in an Under-20s clash with Hearts in February.
But the former Dundee United midfielder, who has made 25 appearances for the Easter Road men this season, is back in training ahead of Saturday's Scottish Premiership trip to face St Mirren in Paisley.
Robertson's return will be a huge boost for Hibs boss Terry Butcher, whose side have slid towards the relegation play-off battle on the back of just two wins this year.
They now sit just four points ahead of second-bottom Partick Thistle with five games remaining.
Owain Tudur-Jones, meanwhile, is also close to regaining full match fitness.
The Wales midfielder has made two appearances for the Hibs youth side, scoring a free-kick against Celtic last week, since recovering from his hamstring injury.