Roarie Deacon will have a big part to play in Dundee building on their first league win of the season, according to manager Neil McCann.
The winger was sorely missed in the opening weeks after being sidelined from day one with an ankle injury.
His late appearance off the bench at Hamilton last Saturday was a welcome sight for his manager, with Deacon instantly giving a reminder of the skill he possesses to beat a man.
“I’m really pleased about getting Roarie Deacon back in,” said McCann.
“We have suffered some injury problems of late and Roarie hasn’t managed to feature. He’s had 45 minutes of football all year.
“Putting him on (against Accies, as the hosts pushed for an equaliser) I knew he could secure the ball because he’s so strong.
“He turned the boy beautifully (in the build-up to Dundee’s second goal) and had the composure you want to see after that.”