Neither Calum Butcher nor Mark Connolly are long-term injury concerns, Dundee United manager Robbie Neilson has confirmed.
Both players were taken off well before the end of Saturday’s 1-0 win against Queen of the South.
Butcher’s substitution was a result of his groin tightening and Connolly’s because of cramp, meaning both should be in contention to face Partick Thistle this weekend.
Meanwhile, Declan Glass can expect more game-time after impressing Neilson on his return to the side after coming back to United from Cove Rangers.
“I was pleased with him,” said the Tannadice boss. “I thought he and Nicky (Clark) did well behind the line. He got into good areas.
“He did very well at Cove and we thought we would give him a chance right away. He didn’t do himself any harm at all and will be involved again next week.
“We’re still going to recruit in that area as well.”
On Saturday’s win, Neilson said: “We’re just happy to get the three points and get up the road. It’s a very difficult place to come and a very hard surface to play football on.
“The last time we came here we got turned over. Today it was just about winning and getting home. In the first half we passed it quite well but it’s difficult to get any quality with the ball bouncing up and spinning everywhere. In the second half we got the goal and were quite happy just to see it out.”