Rangers manager Stuart McCall has told the club's official YouTube channel that Newcastle loanee Haris Vuckic has suffered an injury - but is glad to see goalkeeper Cameron Bell return.
Rangers face Alloa Athletic at Ibrox tonight, with McCall looking to win as Rangers boss for the first time since his appointment last week.
McCall, a former Rangers midfielder, returned to the club on Thursday 17 years after leaving as a player, but saw his side draw 1-1 with Livingston on Saturday.
With four draws in a row, Rangers need to find their form again quickly to remain in with a chance of returning to the Scottish Premiership.
As a result, manager McCall is ready to tinker with his side to find the right formula, but had to face Alloa without Newcastle loanee Vuckic - who had scored twice in his successive matches - as well as defender Sebastien Faure, because both players have injuries, as he told the official Rangers YouTube channel.
"I think in the next few weeks, I'll have to get a look at the players...but obviously tonight, we've got two injuries as Haris and Seb have gone out," said McCall.
McCall didn't specify what injuries the duo have, but did also express his delight at the return of goalkeeper Cameron Bell, who has been out injured for seven month.
"He can be crucial - hopefully he won't have much to do tonight! There's no doubt that he's a top class goalkeeper, he's had a couple of Under-20's games now, so he's ready for action," he added.