Scotland striker Kenny Miller has been passed fit to travel to Iceland for Wednesday's World Cup qualifier.
The Rangers forward picked up a slight knock during Saturday's disappointing 1-0 defeat to Macedonia and was expected to sit out the midweek clash.
However, his hamstring problem is not as bad as first feared and, having sat out training this week, is deemed to be in suitable condition to join the squad in Reykjavik.
Boss George Burley has also been boosted by the news that Graham Alexander is in contention for the crunch clash after shaking off a thigh injury.
The only concern for the national coach is that West Brom midfielder James Morrison will definitely miss the game.
The winger suffered an ankle injury at the weekend and has been forced to withdraw from the travelling party as a result.
Coach Steven Pressley confirmed Morrison has been ruled out of Burley's plans, but remains optimistic on Miller's chances of being involved.
"Kenny is a slight doubt but he's very positive and we are very hopeful," he said.
"We are still unsure about his fitness and we will know more later today (Tuesday).
"Kenny, as always, is positive about his prospects of playing."
Pressley added: "James Morrison has returned to his club because he is still struggling and we don't want to take any risks.
"He has been a very good performer since he joined the squad. He is an excellent talent who can change a game so it's a disappointment to lose him but I'm sure he will be back in future.
"I think Alexander is okay."