Martyn Corrigan faces a selection headache ahead of Saturday’s Ramsdens Cup quarter-final clash against Championship side Dundee.
The Warriors travel to Dens Park without the services of defenders Ross Smith and Eddie Malone due to suspension, and Corrigan will have to juggle his pack ahead of the crunch meeting with John Brown’s team.
Nicky Devlin is one player likely to step up to a starting place, but the ‘Muir boss told Heraldsport that he was confident any player in his squad would do a job if called upon.
“There’s a great camarederie in the dressing room at the moment,” he said.
“We have a great squad and the players all want to work for each other. We’ll travel to Dundee expecting a tough game. I know John Brown and I know he wants his teams to be difficult to break down.
“We’ve had them watched twice so we know what to expect. But we played very well on Saturday and I’ll be looking for more of the same.”