Winger Stevie Murray knows it will be a challenging afternoon when Stenhousemuir face Ross County in the Scottish Cup tomorrow.
The First Division Staggies have turned Victoria Park into a fortress this season and the Warriors go into the match on the back of two defeats.
“It’s a big game for us, but you certainly couldn’t call it a glamour tie,” admitted Murray.
“But one of our strengths this season has been our ability to bounce back from defeats.
“The County game will be a challenge but we’ll approach it in a positive way and aim to get the right the result. Hopefully we can get something there.”
The 28-year-old was injured early on last Saturday and was due to have his fitness assessed when the Warriors met for training yesterday.
Another worry is Eric Paton, who was absent against Stirling.
Ross County are at full strength with no new injury worries to report.