Jordan Rossiter is unlikely to make the bench for the weekend's trip to Dundee, but he is at least alive an well, as Josh Windass confirmed today.
The midfielder posted a photo on his Twitter page of Rossiter sharing a car with him, with the caption: "he's alive!"
He's alive pic.twitter.com/VW8yVRHkST— Joshua Windass (@WindassJnr) February 17, 2017
Graeme Murty had said that Rossiter was making progress with his injury in a recent press conference, but didn't go into too much further detail, so when we'll see him back is still anyone's guess. Windass, meanwhile, is more likely be fit and could make the bench this weekend.
Elsewhere, Danny Wilson could return to action, along with Lee Wallace, whose withdrawal last week was only a precautionary measure. Other than that, the rest of the team is going to be as unpredictable as ever. We'll have some quotes from Murty's press conference coming up soon too, so stay tuned for some more detail.